CANYON is a trail-blazing future-orientated new landmark development right in the heart of Frankfurt’s Banking District. A premium office property benefiting from a subtle combination of sustainability, New Work concepts, the power of innovation and striking architecture.
One of the property highlights is the planted façade symbolising the relationship with nature, which will both invigorate and enrich Frankfurt’s high-rise cityscape over the long term.
Mainzer Landstrasse 23
Frankfurt am Main
CV Real Estate AG
KSP Engel Architects
Office, gastronomy, retail
GROSS FLOOR AREA
approx. 38,314 sq m
NO. OF FLOORS
14 + set back roof storey
NO. OF CAR PARKING UNITS
NO. OF BICYCLE STANDS
WELL Building Standard,
Central location in the heart of the Banking District
Last CBD development project along Mainzer Landstrasse
Striking planted façade
High specification atrium with plants and green walls
Climate-friendly planted roof areas
Contemporary, flexible and efficient office space
LEED platinum certification pending
Design by internationally renowned architectural practice KSP Engel
The immediate vicinity of the building has the highest concentration of international banks, consultancies and law firms in Germany. There is an acute shortage of space in premium locations. There are many international players in the immediate neighbourhood.
The Banking District glistens with internationalism, sophistication and a superb restaurant and retail scene.
There are also attractive city centre parks such as the Taunusanlage and Rothschild Park and internationally recognised hotspots such as the Opernplatz, Goethestrasse and Fressgass, one of Germany’s most renowned restaurant areas.
The elegant curved facade with its green CANYONs gives the building an unrivalled level of recognition. Here is where modern office space with exceptional levels of comfort meets sustainability with social engagement.
The planted/cultivated Sky Garden as an exclusive open air space for meetings and after-work events with a spectacular view of the skyline.
Improved thermal insulation and energy cost savings
Landscaped Sky Garden combines climate protection with exclusive views
Reduced noise and improved sound protection
Heat shield in summer, the roof works like a natural air-conditioner
Landscaped roof: increased water retention
Filtration of air particles
Positive effects on well-being
Greenhouse gas emissions are 27% below the level required for new buildings. The CO2 absorption of the green roof and green façade is approx. 2,000 kg p.a. (roof approx. 600 kg, façade approx. 1,400 kg).
The primary energy demand is 33% below the level required for new buildings
The roof structure of the green roofs achieves energy savings of around 10%.
70% of the rainwater runoff saved through the design of the green roof gardens as a retention roof.
The strict requirements of LEED certification and the EU taxonomy criteria that are implemented take into consideration issues such as climate protection, climate change adaptation, sustainability, the circular economy and environmental pollution i.e. the proven sustainability of the products used, water-saving fittings, electric mobility, reduction of light pollution, energy efficiency, building eco-balance, etc.
An increase in humidity can be achieved in the building through the roof gardens and green façades, i.e. depending on the availability of water, the green roofs can evaporate up to 2.0 l/m² of water per day (e.g. approx. 1,200 m² of roof greening = 2,400 l).
The green façades and roof gardens can lead to a reduction in the ambient temperature of approx. 2°C.
Studies have shown that high levels of greenery can reduce stress and increase alertness.
Green roofs and façades provide a unique habitat and refuge for numerous animal species and, at the same time, contribute to biodiversity.
The roof gardens and green façades can actively reduce the fine dust content by approx. 10% - 30%.
A reduction in nitrogen oxides of up to 40% is achieved by the green façades and approx. 30% by the green roofs.
The office space in Canyon allows the implementation of flexible New Work concepts as well as traditional ways of working. Innovative, sustainable building engineering und impressive views in all directions create an ideal work environment with a real feel-good factor.