High-Rises Frankfurt Central Station

Around the 1970s, the construction of a large number of high-rise buildings at Frankfurt Central Station was under discussion, but these were ultimately not realized. In 1968, the Dutch company Bredero planned to completely rethink the apron. Bredero had recently added a shopping center to the train station in Utrecht and wanted to bring the

Frankfurt Central Station

Frankfurt Central Station is the largest train station in Frankfurt and one of the most frequented train stations in Europe. Opened in 1888 as "Centralbahnhof Frankfurt", it is a terminal station where long-distance trains have to reverse direction instead of passing through the station. Due to its central location, Deutsche Bahn AG (the national railway


Campanile was a skyscraper up to 220 meters (722 feet) high, which was to be created in various planning variants in Frankfurt from the early 1980s, but was ultimately not built. A plot of land was planned for the Campanile tower south of the main train station (Hauptbahnhof), on which a parking space had been



QUEST Investment Partners and Competo Acquire Office Complex in Frankfurt City From Peakside Capital

The real estate project developer QUEST Investment Partners and the Munich investment specialist Competo Capital Partners have founded a 50:50 joint venture and thus acquired an office complex at Baseler Strasse 46-48/Gutleutstrasse 80-82 in Frankfurt from Peakside Capital. The three houses dating from 1957 and 1994 combine almost 13,000 square meters (139,930 square feet) of