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SILENCE – Frankfurt From the Air During the Coronavirus Lockdown in April 2020

SKYLINE ATLAS regularly reports on news about high-rise buildings and urban development in Frankfurt. This production, which shows the almost empty European banking capital, was created during the Corona crisis. The recent video project by Thomas Gessner, who is an editorial member of the SKYLINE ATLAS, shows how much the corona pandemic has brought life

Mainhattan Webcam

Some time ago the Mainhattan Webcam was installed on the roof of Main Plaza. The Frankfurt Webcam takes pictures of the Financial District skyline on a regular basis. The result is a huge photo archive that impressively retraces the development of the inner city skyline. Hi.res.cam, the operator of this webcam in Frankfurt, created an

Banking District

The Banking District of Frankfurt is an inner-city area in which a large number of banks, law firms, and organizations (particularly from the financial sector) are located. The Banking District is not an independent district and has no fixed boundaries. Today, areas of the western city center, the eastern Bahnhofsviertel (lit. Railway Station District) and

High-Rise Development Plan 2021

Using the high-rise building plan 2021, the City of Frankfurt wants to express its political opinion on how and where new skyscrapers are to be built in the future. Using this instrument investors and clients can better orient themselves. The planning department is currently working on updating the high-rise development plan 2000, which was updated

FOUR Frankfurt

Four high-rise buildings named FOUR Frankfurt are currently built on a site formerly used by Deutsche Bank, and will form a new urban quarter. Two of the towers are planned for living space, with areas for office and commercial use. Due to its special location in the middle of the city center skyline, adjacent to

Development Areas and Frankfurt Downtown

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:Banking District (CBD) In the Banking District (Bankenviertel), the concentration of tall buildings in the smallest space is at its highest anywhere in Germany. At this location, several additional skyscrapers

Framework Plan CBD 1990 (Rahmenplan Bankenviertel)

With the 1990 Framework Plan for the CBD ("Rahmenplan Bankenviertel"), the City of Frankfurt wanted to express its political opinion on how and where high-rise buildings should have been built in the Banking District. Using this master plan, it was intended to give investors and clients better orientation. The Framework Plan for the CBD was

High-Rise Development Plan 1998

With the 1998 high-rise development plan, the City of Frankfurt wanted to express its political opinion on how and where high-rise buildings should have been built. Using this master plan, it was intended to give investors and clients better orientation. The design of a new high-rise development plan - designed by Jourdan & Müller under

High-Rise Development Plan 2008

With the 2008 high-rise development plan, the City of Frankfurt wanted to express its political opinion on how and where high-rise buildings should have been built. Using this master plan, it was intended to give investors and clients better orientation. In 2005, the city of Frankfurt commissioned Jourdan & Müller to continue the high-rise building

Skyscrapers in Frankfurt – Skyline Frankfurt

Created by the editorial team, also known from: Individual TowersFrankfurt SkylineMagazine featuring Interviews   35 towers constructed now ()  Global Tower (09/2020)  MORROW (09/2020)  Sky Eschborn (09/2020)  DB Tower (11/2020)  b’mine Hotel Frankfurt (12/2020)  SOLID Home (12/2020)  160 Park View (12/2020)  ONE FORTY WEST (03/2021)  Harbor Park Quarter (06/2021, 3 towers)  Panorama Residenz (09/2021)  Lyoner Strasse

High-rises Frankfurt – Skyscrapers Frankfurt

Ask anyone about high-rise buildings in Europe, and they will almost certainly have one thing in mind: Skyscrapers Frankfurt. The metropolis on the river Main is the only city in Germany which has a skyline of very tall buildings. The Frankfurt skyline has become a landmark in the city over the last 30 years. More