AXIS

The AXIS residential tower is located at the western end of Frankfurt's European District and has a height of 60 meters (197 feet). The AXIS building complex is named after the special visual axes that the building, with its organic-looking façade stepped to the south, offers its residents between the Frankfurt skyline, the Taunus hills,

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The first High-rise Project in Frankfurt failed due to the Neighbors

After World War I there were plans for the construction of high-rise office buildings in various German cities, following the examples in the United States. Such tall buildings were called Turmhäuser in Germany at the time (tower houses). In Frankfurt, such a building was to be built on the property between Moltkeallee, Bismarckallee and Königstrasse

Olaf Cunitz

Olaf Cuniz is a guest author of SKYLINE ATLAS and evaluates the urban development of Frankfurt here on an volunteer basis. Mr. Cunitz knows the background of numerous real estate projects and urban development measures, is familiar with city administration processes, and can classify results accordingly as a planning expert. Until summer 2016, Olaf Cunitz

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Additional Editors in October 2019

SKYLINE ATLAS is the information medium about the Frankfurt skyline. Here, the history of the skyscrapers in Frankfurt is thematized: Past, present and future. Today, SKYLINE ATLAS is run by several authors and creative minds on a voluntary basis. For decades, the editorial staff has cultivated networks with experts in the real estate sector. And

About SKYLINE ATLAS

SKYLINE ATLAS is a primary source of information about tall buildings in the Frankfurt city region (2.7m population) with Frankfurt as its core city. SKYLINE ATLAS provides the public a permanent central location to discover content about urban developments in Frankfurt. Numerous authors and creative minds produce the SKYLINE ATLAS. For decades the editorial staff