Skyline without Elevators? Unthinkable!

What would Frankfurt's banking district be and would there be high-rise buildings like the Messeturm or the Commerzbank Tower without them? Elevators! They are the safest and most widely used means of transportation in the world during the day and therefore one of the most important means of transport in today's society. Yet they are not just

Sustainability and ESG

The topics of sustainability and resource conservation are on everyone's lips, and with them the keyword "ESG" more and more frequently.ESG describes the voluntary contribution of business to sustainable development in the environmental, social and corporate governance areas. The term "voluntary" is used because the contribution made goes beyond the legal requirements. Companies implement social

TaunusTurm Residential

TaunusTurm Residential is a 68 meters (223 feet) high and exclusive residential tower that was built at the same time as the TaunusTurm that gave it its name. TaunusTurm Residential has a light natural stone facade and has 44 high quality apartments. Each of the differently planned residential units receives a tailor-made furnishing concept as

Zuerich House

The Zuerich House (in German: Zürich-Haus) was a 68 meters high-rise building on Frankfurt's Opernplatz. The 19-storey Zuerich High-Rise was designed by the architects Udo von Schauroth and Werner Stücheli. The Zuerich House was built between 1958 and 1960 and was one of the tallest office buildings in Frankfurt when it was built. In 2002

360 degrees aerial panoramas Frankfurt and Offenbach

Our drone pilots in Frankfurt are now taking 360-degree photos on their panoramic flights. With these all-round images in the air, you can look around in the photos, similar to what Google Streetview on the ground allows. For a full screen view please click on the square symbol in the bottom right corner of each

Deutsche Bank Twin Towers

Deutsche Bank's twin towers were originally built between 1979 and 1984, based on the designs of the architects Walter Hanig, Heinz Scheid and Johannes Schmidt. In 2011 the banking complex was stripped down to the supporting structure and extensively modernized under the management of Bellini (design) and Gerkan, Marg and Partner (technology) under the working

LEO (ING Bank)

The 17-storey high-rise complex called LEO was created in 2013 on the Theodor-Heuss-Allee street after extensive revitalisation and extension work. The office building is used by ING Bank and a team of ING Bank N.V., from the Frankfurt Branch. The building complex was designed for approximately 2,000 employees. In total, the bank has an area

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

TaunusTurm

TaunusTurm (German for TaunusTower) was designed by the architectural office Gruber und Kleine-Graneburg and is located in the middle of the Financial District. On 40 floors, companies find around 60,000 square meters (645,834 square feet) of high-quality office space. The high-rise building was developed by project developer Tishman Speyer in a joint venture with investor

Commerzbank Tower

Since 1997 the Commerzbank Tower has dominated the Frankfurt skyline. Measuring almost 300 meters to the tip of its antenna, the skyscraper was built as Europe's tallest office building. Star architect Sir Norman Foster set a new path in skyscraper construction. The supply conduits usually seen at the central core of high-rise buildings were placed