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Jul

Two Frankfurt High-Rise Buildings in the Running for the High-Rise Award

The International Highrise Award is presented every two years in Frankfurt. The nominees are special high-rise buildings that are over 100 meters high and have been completed in the last two years. The German Architecture Museum selected the nominated buildings from more than 1000 new high-rise buildings worldwide. Only four of them are located in

27

Jul

CV Real Estate AG announces new Building called CANYON

A new building of a special kind is being constructed in Frankfurt's banking district: By the end of 2025, the CANYON, a green and sustainable building with 14 floors, will replace the existing building at Mainzer Landstraße 23, which was most recently used by Hypovereinsbank. At the press conference, at which the SKYLINE ATLAS was

Schindler’s fastest Elevators

Schindler is the largest elevator manufacturer in Germany and has equipped some of the tallest high-rise buildings in Frankfurt with its elevators. Various models are used in the process. The height of the building in particular determines which elevator is most suitable. Passenger elevators are faster than freight elevators and are designed for higher buildings,

26

Jul

Exclusive Insights into the Hafenpark Quartier Frankfurt

In Frankfurt's Ostend, in the direct vicinity of the European Central Bank, a new modern urban quarter is currently being built, the Hafenpark Quartier, consisting of several building components and two luxurious residential towers. At the invitation of Ballwanz Immobilien, SKYLINE ATLAS was allowed to visit the construction site of HPQ Living in advance and

10

May

Construction Site Tour of the High-Rise Building on Kennedyallee

An exciting building is being added to Kennedyallee in a prominent location. The high-rise under construction will be built as a 43 meter high aparthotel. SKYLINE ATLAS had the opportunity to visit the construction site and gain interesting insights into the structure of the building and the processes on site. The site is 2,723 square meters

Why did Frankfurt have abusive names?

The city of Frankfurt has been an important trading and financial center since the Middle Ages. Before the Second World War there were more than 1,250 half-timbered houses in the historic Old Town, which made Frankfurt one of the most important medieval half-timbered towns. Both Old Town and New Town were considered a gem of

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