|Alternative names||Deutsche Bank Investment Banking Center
IBC Tower C
|Roof||112 m (367 ft)|
|Floor area||130,000 m2 (1,400,000 sq ft)|
|Design and construction|
IBC Tower is a skyscraper in the IBC building complex in Bockenheim district of Frankfurt, Germany. At 30-storeys and 112 m (367 ft), it is considerably the taller than the other two buildings named IBC Tower A, and IBC Tower B, which are both ten storeys.
Originally, Deutsche Bank planned as Investment Banking Center to concentrate their traders in the complex. This has never been implemented. Finally, Deutsche Bank sold the entire complex to the U.S. financial investor Blackstone Group and only rented Building B, in which the German Private and Business Bank AG and parts of the Deutsche Bank Human Resources division moved in. Building A was rented by the Degussa Bank GmbH, ING Real Estate Development and Construction and the INDUSTRIA rental company rented mbH.
In 2006, Deutsche Bank also temporarily rented Building C, the IBC Tower, because of a major renovation in their company headquarters, the Deutsche Bank Twin Towers. The renovation was completed in 2011.
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