Frankfurter Büro Center
The Frankfurt Büro Center (also known as FBC) is a skyscraper in the Westend of Frankfurt. The 142 meter high building stands on the Mainzer Landstrasse in the middle of a string of high-rises, which draws from the Republic Square to Opera Square. The west tower is a neighbor of the West Tower, east of the Trianon
Trianon (Frankfurt am Main)
Trianon is a skyscraper in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. It was completed in 1993, and topped out at 45 storeys. Atop the building is an upside-down pyramid suspended from the three corners. Trianon is currently used by the investment company DEKA as their headquarters, as well as by Linklaters and...


The construction of the skyscraper was stuck in 1975 through the oil crisis in the shell. Until 1979 there was significant because of the construction cost and risk letting a buyer. The ECE project development company reached an agreement with owners and artisans, and developed a construction program for completion and technical improvement as well as a rental concept. In 1981 the tower was approximately 52,000 square metres of gross floor area (40 upper and 2 underground levels) is finally finished.

Architect of the building is Richard Heil from Frankfurt. The house belonged to from 1985 to 2007 the basic value fund, an open real estate of the Dresdner Bank subsidiary DEGI. Zum 30. April 2007 were from a total of approximately 47,600 m² of office space to around 17,000 sqm in the EC - 19 OG nicht vermietet. OG is not rented out. Thus, the occupancy rate was approximately 65%. The main tenant is the international law firm Clifford Chance, which here has its largest total of three offices in Germany.

The main tenant is the international law firm Clifford Chance, which here has its largest total of three offices in Germany.

On the square in front of the tower was set up in 1997 a 21 m high sculpture of the artist Claus Bury.

With the renovation of the lobby (Just.Burgeff. Architects) in the first Quarter of 2007 was connected with the cultivation of coffee, "Face to Face", which is simultaneously also a bar and lounge. The lobby, the adjoining cafe and the exterior is completely redesigned and are the motto of "Modern Classics" embody. The new architecture, the FBC has, like many of his kindred building in Manhattan, as a porch entrance, the building both visually and functionally more open to the public space out.

The Frankfurter Büro Centre may possibly be getting an exterior reclad in the future.
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