Mayer Brown announces that the firm's Frankfurt office will move to the Global Tower in Frankfurt's Central Business District in spring 2024. The new office located in Frankfurt's banking quarter supports flexibility, future digital working concepts and offers an attractive working environment.
The high-class building at Neue Mainzer Str. 32-36, the only crossroad in Europe framed by four skyscrapers, will be a new modern location for Mayer Brown. The new office is in a prime central location, creating an attractive working environment for clients, employees and applicants, with a focus on flexibility of space to promote agile working and sustainability, as well as high spec conferences rooms with the latest media technology.
Mayer Brown will occupy 4,700 square metres on floors 18 to 21, including part of the 4th floor with its own area on the roof terrace. On the 20th floor, clients will enjoy a unique view at the new European Central Bank and the river Main. The 4th floor primarily provides a gathering place for employees and a new event venue with a unique flair in the midst of Frankfurt's skyscrapers.
"We are looking forward to the upcoming office move to the new outstanding building. We are clearly indicating that Mayer Brown is ready to take the next development step in Germany. On the one hand, we want to offer our employees facilities for concentrated work, while also actively promoting communication and collaboration," said Dr. Guido Zeppenfeld, Office Managing Partner Germany at Mayer Brown.
Sarah Shirley Braun