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Height: Occupied
190 m / 623 ft
 
Height: Architectural
259 m / 850 ft
 
Commerzbank Tower Outline
  Height: To Tip
300 m / 984 ft
Floors Above Ground
56
Floors Below Ground
2
# of Elevators
25
Tower GFA
108,000 m² / 1,162,502 ft²

Facts

Official Name Commerzbank Tower
Other Names Commerzbank Zentrale
Structure Type Building
Status Completed
Country Germany
City Frankfurt am Main
Street Address & Map Kaiserplatz 1
Building Function office
Structural Material composite
Construction Start 1994
Completion 1997
Rankings Click arrows to view the next taller/shorter buildings
Global Ranking #206 Tallest in the World
Regional Ranking #28 Tallest in Europe
National Ranking #1 Tallest in Germany
City Ranking #1 Tallest in Frankfurt am Main

Companies Involved

Owner/Developer Commerzbank
Architect Foster + Partners
Structural Engineer Krebs und Kiefer; Arup
MEP Engineer Pettersson & Ahrens Ingenieur-Planung GmbH; Schad and Holzel; J. Roger Preston Group
Project Manager Nervus Gmbh
Main Contractor HOCHTIEF Construction AG Niederlassung Hamburg
Other Consultant
• Wind RWDI
• (not specified) AECOM

Global News

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The Importance of Real Life Data to Support Environmental Claims for Tall Buildings
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Tall and Urban: An Analysis of Global Population and Tall Buildings
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