Opera Tower, Frankfurt am Main, Germany

Contract Value: € 190 million

Contract Share: 100 %
Client: Opernplatz Property Holdings
GmbH & Co. represented by
Tishman Speyer
Bockenheimer Landstr. 13-15
60325 Frankfurt am Main
Germany
Construction Period: June 2007–September 2009

The Opera Tower, a luxury office building with a connected podium building, and the new landmark of the metropolis on the Main river was erected in the Westend-South district of Frankfurt, directly opposite the Old Opera House. The entry of the tower is characterised by an entrance hall with a height of 20 m. An underground garage with two respectively three underground storeys.


Both the Opera Tower as well as the podium building were provided with a friendly facade design of bright natural stone. According to the architect's plans, the buildings are meant to fit into the historic surroundings and at the same time reflect the character of a modern office ensemble. In total 52,000 m³ of in-situ concrete, reinforced by 9,000 tons of steel, as well as 5,400 m³ of ready-mixed concrete were used for the construction of the tower. Based on the minimal storage and mounting surfaces, the brilliant logistical performance of this major inner-city building site is also worth mentioning.



Published on website: 15.12.2011 – Last Update: 20.01.2021 11:40:07