Kaiserlei

The Kaiserlei development area belongs to the city of Offenbach and touches directly on the Frankfurt city border in the far east. At the same time, the Kaiserlei is the smallest district in terms of population in Offenbach with just 870 inhabitants (2020). The Kaiserlei area is also the most important office location in Offenbach

Interview with Dr. Felix Schwenke

Home > Magazin > Interviews > Dr. Felix Schwenke Offenbach on the Move - How the Booming City Is Getting Fit for the Future Interview with Lord Mayor Dr. Felix Schwenke The city of Offenbach is located directly east of Frankfurt. Offenbach has around 130,000 inhabitants and has grown by around 10,000 in the last

Nordkap Tower

A high-rise tower up to 120 meters (394 feet) height is to be built in Offenbach's Kaiserlei district. The office tower projected under the working title Nordkap Tower has been intended as a dominant urban development on the freeway A 661 since the Kaiserlei framework plan. A large park is to be built to the

The X Offenbach

The X is a new real estate project in the Offenbach Kaiserlei area is a full-service apartment hotel with 200 rooms. The Frankfurt-based X-Direct Group is investing 60 million euros here, according to a statement of the company. The previous office tower of the German Weather Service (DWD) is undergoing a total renovation and converted

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Real Estate Breakfast Offenbach: City of Opportunities and Potential

The message has arrived in the real estate industry: something is moving in Offenbach! And those who are smart act quickly. Because Offenbach is innovative, Offenbach is dynamic, but above all Offenbach has one thing: Excellent, extremely exciting commercial space potential that interests investors, project developers and architects alike.It is therefore hardly surprising that this

Vitopia Campus

CG Gruppe AG from Berlin, which meanwhile belongs to Consus Real Estate AG, plans to invest some 300 million euros on the site between Berliner Strasse, A 661 freeway, Strahlenbergerstrasse, and Goethering in Offenbach's Kaiserlei area. Two former office buildings of Siemens with 19 and 23 floors will be converted to a residential towers and