Demolished Towers

This page shows a list of the tallest high-rise buildings in the Frankfurt city region which were already demolished.

The precursors to high-rise development are not included in this list

  • Mousonturm (33 meters – 8 floors – 1923-1926)
  • IG Farben House (35 meters – 7 floors – 1928-1930)
  • Gewerkschaftshaus (31 meters – 9 floors – 1929-1931)

, since these buildings have less than 10 floors and therefore no longer represent a tall building. Also not included are

  • the former brewery silo Henninger Tower (120 meters – 1959-1961)
  • the FrankfurtTelevision Tower (331 meters – 1976-1979)

, because these are not multi-storey buildings. Until the formerly existing Henninger Tower was built in 1961, the Frankfurt Cathedral was the tallest building in the city.

List of buildings:  Tallest high-rises |  High-rises under construction |  Planned high-rises |  Future high-rises |  Demolished high-rises |  Office buildings |  Residential buildings |  Hotel buildings |  All buildings

Icon legend: completed | under construction | approved | under evaluation | demolished | office | residential | hotel
Data as of: 2023-01-27
# Picture Project Name and Address Information Height Floors Completion
1. AfE-Turm
Robert-Mayer-Straße 5–7
Frankfurt
Status: demolished
Usage: university
116.4 m 32 OG 1972
2. Deutsche Bank IBCF
Große Gallusstraße 10-14
Frankfurt
Status: demolished
Usage: office
93.0 m 25 OG 1971
3. Zürich-Haus
Bockenheimer Landstraße 2–4
Frankfurt
Status: demolished
Usage: office
68.0 m 19 OG 1960
4. AEG-Hochhaus
Theodor-Stern-Kai 1
Frankfurt
Status: demolished
Usage: office
43.0 m 12 OG 1951
Source: SKYLINE ATLAS

High-rise Map - Towers that have now been demolished or rededicated

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