Lyon Quarter

The Lyon Quarter (in German: Lyoner Quartier) is a development area of ​​144 hectares near Frankfurter Kreuz (the interchange of the A3 and A5 freeways) and Frankfurt Airport. In recent years, the Lyon Quarter has developed into an attractive mixed area in which the existing office buildings have been supplemented by dozens of residential properties.

Hahnstraße 46-48

Nassauische Heimstätte is currently building 200 apartments in the Lyon District (Lyoner Viertel). Here, an existing high-rise building was demolished and new residential buildings will be erected. The architecture comes from BITSCH + BIENSTEIN Architekten from Wiesbaden. Construction started in 2019. The design envisages two green courtyards and a new building concentrated in the north

Livinit

In the Lyon Quarter, a former office building from the 1980s is being converted into the residential building Livinit and repositioned. In the future, tenants will be able to rent a apartments at Lyoner Strasse 11 which is going to have a modern standard. By the end of 2021, the Evan-Gruppe (Evan Group) will set

Blue Towers

Two modern residential towers, called the Blue Towers, are to be constructed in Lyon Quarter in Frankfurt's district of Niederrad. The two 14-storey apartment buildings were designed by Planwerkstatt.Architekten + Stadtplaner and will provide rental units. The towers will contain bright and modern 1-2 bedroom apartments, as well as fully furnished loft-style units featuring 3-4

Hahnstrasse 30-32

In Niederrad, a former office building is currently being converted into a residential building with micro apartments. The building at Hahnstrasse is being revitalised by two project developers from Offenburg and converted into a residential tower block. The apartment sizes vary between 24 and 35 square meters per apartment, according to the project client. Residents

Ruby Tower

The housing company GWH constructed a 20-storey residential tower named Ruby Tower on Lyoner Strasse 40 in the Lyoner Quartier (lit. Lyon Quarter, formerly also known as office town of Niederrad). For that reason, GWH Wohnungsgesellschaft Hessen, a subsidiary of Landesbank Hessen-Thuringen, bought the buildings at Lyoner Strasse 38 and 40, which were originally office