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The Westhafen Tower is a skyscraper in the Gutleutviertel of Frankfurt am Main. The 112.3 meter high building was completed in 2004. The tower is one of the first buildings in the former Westhafen and is now one of the most famous landmarks on the Main. No other skyscraper is so close to the water and has this impressive view over the financial district with Sachsenhausen and the rest of the city. The Westhafen Tower houses, among others, the European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (EIOPA). The skyscraper is often referred to by the people of Frankfurt as "the ribbed" because the glass facade resembles the traditional cider glass of the same name.
Type: skyscraper round (30 storeys)
Total height: approx. 113 m
Construction time: 2004
Usage: - Office buildingde.wikipedia.org/wiki/Westhafen_Tower
October 26, 2018
DescriptionThe Westhafen Tower is a high-rise building in the Gutleutviertel district of Frankfurt am Main. The 112.3 meter high building was designed by the architectural firm Schneider + Schumacher and completed in 2004. The Westhafen Tower is one of the first buildings at the former Frankfurt Westhafen.
The first impression captivates: every view through the floor-to-ceiling glass front expands the perspective. With the breathtaking 360 ° view over the water, the skyline and the old town, every company in this building towers over the Main metropolis. Surrounded by this outstanding growth potential, WESTHAFEN TOWER offers one hundred percent views of the city and successful businesses. The WESTHAFEN TOWER includes two other buildings: the Westhafen bridge building and the Westhafen Haus. All three buildings are characterized by a timeless architectural language and encompass the spacious Westhafenplatz.
July 3, 2019
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