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Gateway Gardens

Gateway Gardens will give you and your employees extra time. You will reach your destinations quicker, no matter if you commute between near and far or home and workplace.

Find the latest information on the Gateway Gardens Project here. By the year 2021, this site will include offices, services, hotels, conference, trade show and exhibition space, recreational facilities, bars and restaurants, and retail outlets. Land


  • 35 hectare of building land
  • Approx. 250,000 sq.m of net building land
  • Approx. 700,000 sq.m of floor space
  • 20 attractive lots grouped into six districts
  • Lot sizes from about 1,400 to 25,000 sq.m.
  • Freely sub dividable (minimum size: about 1,000 sq.m)
  • Flexible development
  • Development plan compliant with Article 30 of the German Building Code• The development plan was approved by the Frankfurt City Parliament on January 31, 2008. All of the lots are zoned for construction and can be constructed flexibly.


  • Directly adjacent to Frankfurt Airport
  • Very close to the long-distance ICE train station at the airport
  • Separate access to the A3 and A5 highways and the B43 federal highway
  • Served by two public bus lines: 61 and 67
  • Planned on-site suburban train (S-Bahn) station ("Gateway Gardens", to be served by lines S8 and S9) connecting to other local public transportation.
  • There are shuttle buses to the airport terminals and the regional and long-distance train stations.

The new district of Gateway Gardens is taking shape on a total of 35 hectares in plain view of Frankfurt Airport's Terminal 2. Featuring modern architecture and plenty of greenery to relax in, it opens up diverse possibilities in a high-quality urban atmosphere.
By 2021, it will include:

  • Space for offices and services
  • Hotels
  • Space for conferences, trade shows and exhibitions
  • Recreational facilities
  • Restaurants, bars and shops
  • Educational and research institutions

The goal is to shape a lively environment that will provide fresh stimulus to the region and achieve international importance.

Gateway Gardens is backed by cooperation and commitment. Three private companies (Fraport AG, Groß & Partner Grundstücksentwicklungsgesellschaft mbH, OFB Projektentwicklungs GmbH) are jointly involved in the project in cooperation with the City of Frankfurt. 

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Already Implemented Projects
LSG Sky Chefs (airline catering)  on 55,000 sq.m (with 2,400 employees)
Park Inn by Radisson with 209 rooms, since July 1, 2012
Meininger Hotel Frankfurt/Main Airport with 168 rooms, since January 2012
Imtech Deutschland new headquarters in Amelia-Mary-Earhart-Strasse on a lot 4,300 sq.m in size
Condor Flugdienst GmbH about 10,000 sq.m of rental space and a parking structure with about 700 spaces, since April 2012
HOYA Surgical Optics EMEA moved its european headquarters to the Condor building in June 2013
Alpha Rotex Headquarter of DB Schenker with about 11,800 sq.m since 2013
HCS Group ( Haltermann GmbH) has moved into the Alpha Rotex building, occupying about 1,000 sq.m
"House of Logistics and Mobility" (HOLM) with 17,000 sq.m of floor space provides an ideal venue for scientists, universities, companies, and associations to collaborate in coming up with innovative new ideas for sustainable logistics and mobility
"Element" Aparthotel von Starwood Hotel & Resorts with 113 rooms, opened in August 2014
"Moxy" Hotel Hotel of the Marriott Group
Holiday Inn Hotel of the IHG Group



Stefan Bockstaller

Phone: +49 69 690 28535