The Spin in Frankfurt
Height: 128.00 m
Gross floor area: 34,150 m2
Status: under construction
Usage: office, hotel
The Spin AddressGüterplatz 1
Zone: European District
Location RatingScore: 90 of 100
The Spin RentalPhone: +49 69 173 269 391
Email: request via email
Involved Companies - The Spin
|GP Con||construction company|
|Groß & Partner||project developer|
|Hadi Teherani||architecture office|
Vacant spaces - The Spin
|55 m2 office space||33rd floor (32. OG)||immediately|
|1,105 m2 office space||32nd floor (31. OG)||immediately|
|1,024 m2 office space||31st floor (30. OG)||immediately|
|896 m2 office space||30th floor (29. OG)||immediately|
|852 m2 office space||29th floor (28. OG)||immediately|
|937 m2 office space||28th floor (27. OG)||immediately|
|1,054 m2 office space||27th floor (26. OG)||immediately|
|1,105 m2 office space||26th floor (25. OG)||immediately|
|1,024 m2 office space||25th floor (24. OG)||immediately|
|897 m2 office space||24th floor (23. OG)||immediately|
|843 m2 office space||23rd floor (22. OG)||immediately|
A 128-meter skyscraper called The Spin is being constructed at Mainzer Landstrasse/Gueterplatz, forming the entrance to the European Quarter. The Spin is the first new high-rise on Mainzer Landstrasse in around 30 years, thus extending this high-rise axis by many hundreds of meters to the west. Former working titles of The Spin included Spin Tower and Tower 120.
The Spin is a hotel and office tower designed by the Hamburg architectural office Hadi Teherani. The design of The Spin won an architectural competition mainly through a successful visual separation of its usage types emphasizing the “head” of the tower, as well as its intelligent surface planning.
However, the developer of the project encouraged further revisions in the winning design. A special feature of the property is its direct access to the U5 subway station, which will be connected to the high-rise building below ground level starting in the future.
The NH Hotel Group has already leased the lower twenty-one storeys. In March 2023 a premium hotel of the NH Collection brand will open here. From the 23rd to the 32nd floor, approx. 8,500 square meters (91,500 square feet) of office space can be rented.
The high-rise buildings EDEN, Grand Tower and ONE are being built in the immediate vicinity of The Spin.
Planning and Construction
The Spin was built by the construction company GP Con, which belongs to the developer of the project. Formwork technology from peri was used for the high-rise construction.
Status November 2022: Interior work on the basement floors is progressing, while the final facade elements are being installed in the upper office areas. In addition, a very special component was recently installed – a steel spiral staircase that leads from the top office floor on the 31st floor directly to the associated roof terrace on the 32nd floor. The revolving tower crane is now also being dismantled. Completion of the hotel space is expected as early as the first quarter of 2023, so that the tenant NH Collection can move into the premises.
Status March 2022: The commercial law firm ARNECKE SIBETH DABELSTEIN is the first long-term office tenant in the Spin. In mid-2023, the commercial law firm with around 140 employees will move into around 2,850 square meters on the 22nd to 24th floors of the new high-rise building. This means that almost a third of the office space has already been leased approximately one year before completion.
Status January 2022: The shell of THE SPIN has been completed. The facade work, the interior finishing and the technical building equipment are in full progress.
Status November 2019: A group of professional pension funds from Hanover acquires the high-rise project The Spin from project developer as part of a forward deal. Behind the buyer of the property are the medical pension funds of Lower Saxony, Saxony-Anhalt and Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, the veterinarian fund of Lower Saxony and the tax consultant fund of Lower Saxony.
Status February 2018: Deutsche Pfandbriefbank has granted a loan of 157 million euros to subsidiaries of the developer for the construction of this tower.
This computer animation shows how the area around Gueterplatz will look in a few years. The figures are expected completion dates. Not yet included are the proposed tall buildings in the areas marked in yellow. Here the skyscrapers on the sites of the Former Police Headquarters and Millennium Tower will rise.