Frankfurt – international transportation hub, global financial center, digital capital of Europe. Mainzer Landstrasse, one of the city’s major connecting axes, was already economically important in the past: the city’s first large factories were built here in the first half of the 19th century. Today, Europe’s largest financial institutions, consulting firms and insurance companies characterize the banking district.
International companies therefore also mark the neighborhood of the striking corner office building with its flexible floor plans that allow for individual or open-space offices. A unique selling point of the property are the balconies and terraces located on each floor with unique views of the Frankfurt skyline.
The location is central, the property optimally connected to all transport routes. The main train station and the Taunusanlage S-Bahn station are only a few minutes’ walk away, and the international airport and the A5 and A66 freeways can also be reached quickly.