Trianon (Frankfurt am Main)

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General information
Type Commercial offices
Location Mainzer Landstraße 16-24
Hesse, Germany
Coordinates 50°06′45″N 8°40′00″E / 50.11250°N 8.66667°E / 50.11250; 8.66667Coordinates: 50°06′45″N 8°40′00″E / 50.11250°N 8.66667°E / 50.11250; 8.66667
Construction started 1990
Completed 1993
Roof 186 m (610 ft)
Technical details
Floor count 45
4 below ground
Floor area 118,000 m2 (1,270,000 sq ft)
Lifts/elevators 23
Design and construction
Architect Novotny Mähner Assoziierte
Hentrich Petschnigg & Partner
Albert Speer & Partner
Developer FVH Frankfurter Vermögens-Holding
Structural engineer Ingenieurbüro Fritz Nötzold
Philipp Holzmann AG

Trianon is a 45-storey, 186 m (610 ft) skyscraper in the Westend-Süd district of Frankfurt, Germany completed in 1993. It serves as the company headquarters for DekaBank, other tenants are Linklaters and Franklin Templeton. Atop the building is an upside-down pyramid suspended from the three corners.

The building was sold by DekaBank to Morgan Stanley in 2007, the building was acquired by the Morgan Stanley European Office Fund (MSEOF).[5] A 57 percent interest was later passed on to the real estate investment fund Morgan Stanley P2 value.


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