FOUR interprets the skyline as a modern urban living space. The result is a vision of the future with inspiring perspectives. The futuristic towers rise up to a lofty 233 meters, offering unparalleled breathtaking views.
At the same time, a sustainable, open, lively and socially balanced quarter is growing – with 600 apartments in various sizes, and partly as subsidized living space, with high-quality office space, hotels and urban flair.
I love watching the Frankfurt skyline change during my (normally) annual arrival… it is my favorite hub / has the best airline routes to / from Europe / NYC, IMO. The pricing is also the best and it is only a 4-hour train ride to Paris or many other destinations where the airport->city trek takes 2 hours anyways, lol.
The excavation below the first concrete cover has been completed at Tower 4 sublevel 1.
Next step is the slab between Level 2 and 3.
Construction Cam today
Frankfurt’s skyline reminds me of Minneapolis’. I suspect that with Brexit, many banks will move their EU operations here, and the skyline will grow more.
I like Frankfurt and Berlin, but Munich is my favorite German city.
I got to visit Berlin and Munich for the first time last year. Berlin obviously had a very metropolitan feel and was cool in it’s own way. But Munich was stunningly beautiful. Not to mention all the pedestrian-only streets and alleys that made walking around that city a delight.
„The delivery of large quantities of concrete for the final work on the floor slab currently characterizes the picture on the top cover again and again. Truck by truck, the required concrete is brought to the construction site and conveyed to the lower floors by concrete pumps. Work on the floor slab is expected to be completed in the first half of the year.“
Virtual Tour through the site
T1 has reached street level
Frankfurt am Main in the future 2028 (website is in German).
Frankfurt in the future with the completed Four Frankfurt and the Central Business Tower.
Project – Central Business Tower
Main website about the Central Business Tower and the webcam.
SkyLine by Tor So, on Flickr