Philosopher Jürgen Habermas, Deutsche Bank CEO Christian Sewing and the pioneer of the techno scene Sven Väth – as different as these people are, what they have in common is the start of their careers in Frankfurt. With Julianne Moore, who studied here, even the touch of Hollywood has moved in. Working in Frankfurt – that means the best conditions and first-class opportunities, especially for all money-related business. The exciting architecture of the Main metropolis reflects the city’s eventful history. In the summer shadow of the skyscrapers you will find the Kaiserdom and the Paulskirche – known as the cradle of German democracy. And of course the Frankfurt Opera, one of the most famous operas in the world.
And right in the middle of it all, in the heart of the city, right next to the old opera house, is the new Satellite Office. A place that embodies the architecture and history of the city. In a historic-looking building, the interior is minimalistically elegant with the pureSilent Line. On one side, the view wanders to the skyline with its skyscrapers, on the other to the Old Opera House and the Opera Square around it, which is so green in summer. Contrasts that are so impressive in their totality that just visiting this workspace takes your breath away. It doesn’t get more representative than this in Frankfurt, the address, the view and the furnishings are second to none.
However, the best thing about summer at the Frankfurt Satellite Office are the terraces all around. And the floor-to-ceiling windows. Spending a day working at an open window with a view of the skyline – it’s productive, boosts creativity and makes your attitude to life cheer like summer. Lunch in one of the nice, small restaurants in the fresh air that can be found all around the Opernplatz, café on your own office terrace. And finally, an insider tip: Go with your business partners to the outer connecting bridge on the 5th floor at blue hour, just before the sun sets. You feel as if you can touch the skyscrapers. Especially effective when a difficult conversation is coming up. You will be successful, because more is not possible in Frankfurt!