The Grand Tower is Germany’s tallest residential tower and is sublime in every respect. Created for today’s urbanites who want it all: A world of premium living, elegant design, and breathtaking views. An extensive range of services, amenities and stylish communal areas create a resort-like ambience of wellbeing.
The Grand Tower is the perfect place for cosmopolitan urbanites. The interior design has been shaped to provide an abundance of natural light and transparency. The open spatial design satisfies the requirements of tomorrow’s living today, and brings the various living spaces together. With painstaking care and attention to detail, materials such as oak, natural stone, and mosaic glass have been selected to create an ambience of luxury and accentuate the urban flair of the architecture.
The Grand Tower, standing tall between the Banking Quarter, Westend, and Europa Quarter, typifies modern living in the heart of Frankfurt. The city is more than just a global financial center, it is also an ideal place to live.
Countless restaurants, bars, and cafés invite you to while away the hours. It always feels like you are on holiday along the banks of the Main River. Life pulses on the magnificent shopping streets and vibrant city squares. And all of this is within easy reach.
Amenities – Where Class Meets Convenience
Just like a 5-star hotel, the Grand Tower provides a range of amenities to make life more livable. In the six-meter high lobby, the in-house concierge warmly greets and takes care of both residents and guests.
One of the highlights of the Grand Tower is the spectacular Grand Garden on the seventh floor, which features lounge areas for relaxing, along with an herb garden. A community room, with a fully-equipped kitchen and spacious terrace, is exclusively available for rent by residents.
Finally the Sunset Terrace on the 43rd floor also invites you to re-energize and savor the incredible panoramic views. In every direction and at any time of day, the Grand Tower boasts spectacular views over the city and the verdant slopes of the Taunus.