Interview with Sonja Wärntges from DIC Asset AG

Home > Magazin > Interviews > Sonja Wärntges What is the State of the Real Estate Industry, Ms. Wärntges? An Interview with the Chairwoman of the Management Board of DIC Asset The commercial real estate market is facing major challenges. The traditional office is being challenged by the growing trend of home offices, the growing

Lyoner Straße 01

Lyoner Strasse 01 is a 62-meter-high residential high-rise in Frankfurt's Lyoner Quarter district. Built in the 1960s as a pure office building, it was extensively revitalized in 2010 and converted into a modern residential high-rise. It was thus one of the pioneering projects in the urban development transformation of the former office district Niederrad into

Facade Greening on High-Rise Buildings

High sealing rates due to inner-city densification are increasingly having a negative effect on the microclimate in large German cities. The consequences are a deterioration in air quality due to increased emissions and a lack of green spaces, as well as sometimes extreme inner-city temperatures. In so-called urban heat islands, it can be up to

Residential Towers in Frankfurt

High-rise residential buildings in Germany are currently the trend. For several years, architects have regularly outdone each other with new designs. Most of the tall residential towers, however, are built in the big cities, in Germany especially in Frankfurt. We are therefore presenting the top 10 tallest new residential towers in Frankfurt on this page.

Westside Tower

Westside Tower is a 21-storey residential tower built in 2016 at the western entrance to Frankfurt's European District (Europaviertel). The architecture of the Westside Tower was crated by the architecture office meyerschmitzmorkramer, which was separted into holger meyer architekten and caspar.schmitzmorkramer in 2019. The trapezoidal geometry of the architectural design divides the tower into various

Blue Horizon

Blue Horizon is a residential tower on the site of the former Kassenärztliche Vereinigung Hessen (KVH) in Frankfurt. The previously existing 19-storey office building is was repositioned as a residential building. The plans included four commercial units on the ground floor and 118 apartments with a total of 9,000 sqm of living space. The façade