Bayer-Hochhaus

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Bayer-Hochhaus
Bayer-Hochhaus Japangarten.jpg
General information
Status Demolished
Type Commercial offices
Architectural style International style
Location Kaiser-Wilhelm-Allee
Leverkusen, Germany
Coordinates 51°00′49″N 6°58′54″E / 51.0136°N 6.9816°E / 51.0136; 6.9816Coordinates: 51°00′49″N 6°58′54″E / 51.0136°N 6.9816°E / 51.0136; 6.9816
Completed 1960–1963
Demolished 2012
Owner Bayer AG
Height
Roof 122 m (400 ft)
Technical details
Floor count 32
Floor area 26,000 m2 (280,000 sq ft)
Design and construction
Architect Hentrich, Petschnigg & Partner
Engineer Rheinstahl Wanheim GmbH
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Bayer-Hochhaus was a 32-storey, 122 m (400 ft) skyscraper in Leverkusen, Germany. When completed in 1963, it was the tallest building in Germany for nine years until 1972 when City-Hochhaus Leipzig was built. It was demolished in 2012.

 

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