FrankfurtRheinMain Metropolitan Region

The FrankfurtRheinMain Metropolitan Region is an economically strong region in the heart of Germany and in the middle of Europe. The geographic location has made the Frankfurt/Rhein-Main Metropolitan Region a hub for the exchange of people, goods and capital for centuries. The long trading tradition and success as exhibition place is evidence of this. The

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Feb

Kaiserlei is to become a high-rise district

Anyone driving from the neighboring city of Offenbach to Frankfurt will also pass the Kaiserlei district. The city limits of Frankfurt and Offenbach meet in the Kaiserlei area. The city limits are so irregular here that it is difficult to say which area belongs to one or the other city. Actually, the two cities should

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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Oct

Masterplan Offenbach 2030 approved

The City of Offenbach has decided on an urban planning concept called Masterplan Offenbach 2030. The urban development concept envisages the construction of numerous buildings and a park. The commercial "Nordkap", which lies between Goethering, the A 661 freeway, the Main cycle route and the Kaiserleistrasse, is also part of the masterplan. The special feature

City Tower

City Tower is a 120-meter (394 feet) tall high-rise building on the Berliner Strasse in the city of Offenbach (which directly borders Frankfurt). The tower has two underground floors including the underground garage, ground floor with gallery and 32 upper floors, and has a gross floor space of 23,000 square meters. Technical installations are located

Frankfurt Development Areas

As a rule, major construction projects, such as high-rise buildings, are being built in these locations in Frankfurt or are planned for the following development areas. These real estate locations are officially not a city district of Frankfurt or belong administratively to a directly adjacent suburb.The Financial District has the greatest concentration of very tall