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

Campanile

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