Frankfurt is a dynamic and international financial center whose famously commanding skyline is Germany’s finest; a skyline which has in fact become a symbol of the city. Frankfurt has been the headquarters of the European Central Bank since 1998, and is an influential hub for education, culture and tourism.
Among the ascending skyscrapers one can enjoy an “Ebbelwoi”, the local apple wine, between visits to the copious historical attractions. Frankfurt is proud not only of the famous Johann Wolfgang von Goethe: there are also the Kaiserdom and Paulskirche churches and the cradle of German democracy. Another clear advantage to this beautiful city is the proximity to the largest airport in Germany.
The new construction of the European Central Bank, the awe inspiring modern structures of ‘Europaviertel’ (the ‘European quarter’) and the innovative architectural plans for the Old Center (Altstadt) are just a few examples of this fiercely forward-thinking and stylish metropolis of the future.
Compared to other German cities, Frankfurt exhibits revenue growth of 45% in the single- and multifamily luxury homes; second only to Munich. As in Munich and Berlin, luxury penthouses in the city’s center are foremost in demand, with the most hotly sought after districts being Nordend and Westend where the rent prices reflect this popularity. Increasingly popular is Westhafen, boasting a prized riverfront position and a great plethora of prestigious properties.