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A City Grows by the river

London, Paris, Rome: The most important european cities were all built alongside great rivers – being close to the water has always been regarded as a great locational advantage. Today, riverside areas are undergoing an incredible renaissance.

The river Main has always been a lifeline and link with the outside world and has made Frankfurt what it is today. For some years now, the Frankfurt city planners have been consistently implementing the concept of “Living and Working by the river“. Whole districts have been upgraded, and prestigious residential quarters providing attractive living areas for their residents have been created. With their clear architectural designs, the new riverside districts, such as the Deutschherrnviertel quarter, the Main Terraces or Mainside am Westhafen – with jetties right outside the front door – are now the most sought-after regions of the city.

Frankfurt is moving closer to the river. The MAIN TRIANGEL is a part of this unique urban planning success story. In addition, it creates an exciting link with the planned European Central Bank building on the other side of the River Main.