Rhein-Main-Center

The Rhein-Main-Center (RMC) is a 84 meters (276 feet) high office tower on Bockenheimer Landstrasse in the Westend district. The Rhein-Main-Center has 22 floors and was originally built in 1969. At that time it was the second tallest skyscraper in the German metropolis after the Shell High-Rise (today called City Gate). The Rhein-Main-Center Frankfurt has

City Gate

City Gate is a 110-meter (361 feet) high-rise office building in the Nordend district with 22,000 square meters (236,806 square feet) of usable space. City Gate is located on Nibelungenplatz, an important and busy hub in the north of Frankfurt. Here, the Nibelungenallee and Rothschildallee streets meet Friedberger Landstrasse and the district streets Nordendstrasse and