07. August 2019

Three more tenants for the Marienforum in CBD Frankfurt

The Marienforum, meanwhile, the property of a joint venture structure by Generali Real Estate and Poste Vita, has experienced further tenant growth. After Bethmann Bank / ABN AMRO moved into its new premises at Mainzer Landstraße 1, the project developer Pecan Development welcomed the asset management company Columbia Threadneedle as a new tenant. By autumn two further prestigious companies, the financial services provider Flossbach von Storch AG and the technology enterprise Technological Innovations Group (TIG), will have moved into the Marienforum. Alongside these international companies, in autumn The Ash American Steakhouse will be showcasing its new casual dining concept in Marienplatz as it opens its first Frankfurt restaurant there. The range of catering on offer is set to expand in quantity and quality in the next few months, with negotiations in this sphere already under way. With the new tenants, 83% of the Marienforum’s gross lettable area has now been let in a very short time, reaffirming the attractiveness of the building and the surrounding area in rapid development.

“Cultivating Work puts into practice our notion of a modern workplace. The fact that we have been able to attract prestigious tenants from a variety of sectors shows us the importance attached by ever more companies to be able to offer their personnel an energising working environment with a well-thought-out usage concept,” says Markus Brod, Managing Partner of Pecan Development.

Olaf Stepputat, Head of Sales for the DACH region at TIG, adds: “By moving into the Marienforum we are not only choosing premises in the best location in Frankfurt. The inspiring environment and Frankfurt’s significance as a business hub provide ideal prerequisites for us to further drive forward the marketing of our products Crestron, Oblong and Yachtcloud.”

The 40 m (131 feet) high, ten-storey Marienforum forms part of the office ensemble on the Marieninsel, which also features the 155 m (509 feet) Marienturm and the newly created public square, Marienplatz, with its catering and retail outlets.