Westhafen Tower is a transparent, greenish shimmering office tower on the banks of the Main river. At a height of 99 meters (325 feet), the Westhafen Tower is an unmissable eyecatcher of the Frankfurt skyline. The high-rise building was designed by the architectural office schneider + schumacher, along with the neighboring Westhafen-Haus and Brückengebäude (lit.
MesseTurm (German for "exhibition tower") is a skyscraper at the exhibition grounds and is the 2nd tallest high-rise building in Frankfurt. The tower was designed by Helmut Jahn for the American project developer Tishman Speyer. The tower is 256.5 meters tall and not publicly accessible to visitors. MesseTurm has a striking pyramid on the roof.