Lupp is a group of companies from Nidda near Frankfurt am Main that has existed for over 100 years. It is one of the largest and oldest building contractors and project developers in Germany and has approximately 750 employees. The spectrum of services ranges from development to construction and operation of a building. The three pillars



New Use of the Prisma in Frankfurt Niederrad

The Prisma at Hahnstraße 55 in Frankfurt's Niederrad district, designed by Auer + Weber + Assoziierte, has been vacant since the beginning of 2022. It was previously used by Deka Bank. The office building with glass-roofed atrium has 12 full stories and 2 underground parking levels. The gross floor area is 67,500 square meters. An

Olivetti Campus

The Olivetti Campus is planned to supplement the existing office building with new buildings that will shape the cityscape of the Lyon Quarter. The project developer QUARTERBACK Immobilien AG from Leipzig has presented corresponding plans for this. Several hundred apartments, retail and space for modern office and work environments are planned. The Olivetti Campus will

Deka Bank Frankfurt

The Frankfurt project developer Lang & Cie. is building a new building in Frankfurt-Niederrad. Modern office space is being built on 10 floors on a gross floor area of around 56,000 square meters. The architecture was created by holger meyer architektur. The tenant of the new office property is Deka Bank Frankfurt. Large glass facades


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

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