MyZeil

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Interior of MyZeil, April 2009
View from the Zeil

The MyZeil is a shopping mall in the city center of Frankfurt, designed by Roman architect Massimiliano Fuksas. It is part of the building ensembles PalaisQuartier and forms its access to the Zeil shopping street. It was officially opened on 26 February 2009.

The MyZeil has six floors. The gross floor under the vaulted structure of about 3,200 triangular glass surfaces is 77,000 square metres. The retail area on the bottom three floors account for about 52,000 square metres. The anchor tenants include a Rewe-Markt (food), Anson's (menswear with many leading fashion labels), as well as a Saturn store (electronics and home appliances). In the upper floors, there is a 'gastro-boulevard' area with restaurants, a fitness club, and games and care for children.

Early 2008, the shell of the shopping center was completed and the interior work started.

Coordinates: 50°06′51″N 8°40′54″E / 50.11417°N 8.68167°E / 50.11417; 8.68167