Grand Tower Frankfurt
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Grand Tower Frankfurt

Germany’s tallest residential tower

Germany's tallest residential tower, the Grand Tower, was built at Europa-Allee 2 in Frankfurt between the banking district, the Westend and the new Europaviertel. Around 400 exclusive flats and penthouses will be built on 48 floors with a gross floor area of 44,000 m². The design for the residential project giving the city a new landmark originates from the architect’s office of Magnus Kaminiarz & Cie.

More than half of the new living space is planned as three- to four-room flats and a third of them has small floor plans. The modular construction of the residential tower allows for variable floor plans ranging from 41 to 300 m². Schüßler-Plan was commissioned with comprehensive consulting and coordination services as well as extended information and stakeholder management.

In particular, the following services are provided:

  • Preparation of a general schedule

  • Coordination of all building permit procedures

  • Production of a construction logistics concept

  • Site clearance and detection of explosive ordnance

  • Interface management with approval authorities (noise protection, break-up permits in public roads, permission agreements, traffic law orders)

  • Interfaces to cable supports, coordination and house connections

  • Construction site logistics (interfaces with neighbouring construction sites, preparation for awarding construction logistics services, quality assurance)

Project Data


Grand Tower Frankfurt GmbH


Frankfurt am Main


Magnus Kaminiarz & Cie. Architektur

Technical Specifications

GFA: 44,000 m²
Height: 172 m
Residential units: 400
Car parking bays in underground car park: 420

Services Schüßler-Plan

Project Management

  • Stakeholder management

Construction Logistics

  • Construction work scheduling
  • Construction site facilities and site use management


Shortlist World Architecture Festival, Category "Residential Future Projects"

Grand Tower Frankfurt

© Klaus Helbig Photography

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