Frankfurt is becoming an increasingly popular location for office space in Europe. The market continues to grow, with a number of new office providers as well as an increase in the availability of co-working spaces. Top priorities for businesses looking to move to Frankfurt include transport links, location and industry type.
Florian Kappes, Instant Offices’ specialist local consultant for the Frankfurt region suggests the outskirts and center of Frankfurt for a cost-effective option when renting office space. However, the ideal option for large businesses would be to take an office near the Westend, with good access to nearby restaurants and shops, as well as an impressive postal code.
Premium executive suite space in central districts such as OpernTurm in the Westend is the most high-end rental, costing as much as €2000. If you are looking for a more cost-effective option, a small office in the outskirts of Frankfurt can cost as little as €500.
These costs also cover amenities, which may include Internet, meeting rooms, kitchen facilities, reception services, AV equipment and parking.
For confidentiality reasons, co-working in a shared office is still in its infancy in Frankfurt with larger companies requiring dedicated offices. There is a wide selection of office spaces with some family-run centers providing just ten offices, and other major locations with over 100 offices to choose from.
Instant Offices offer a great variety of office sizes, and are able to accommodate most inquiries. Executive suite providers can be flexible, so that you can up- and downscale, according to the economic situation and your company’s needs.
Why choose Frankfurt?
In the heart of Germany, with easy access to all major German cities as well as an international airport, Frankfurt is an ideal location for businesses wishing to establish themselves in Europe. When working in banking and finance in Europe, a Frankfurt address and phone number is a must.
Five things you probably didn’t know about Frankfurt:
- Two bronze statues of a bull and a bear stand outside of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange to signify the ups and downs of the stock market
- Frankfurt has the third largest airport in Europe
- Almost one in three people living in Frankfurt do not hold a German passport
- Frankfurt is home to the Zeli, Germany’s longest shopping street
- Out of Germany’s 15 tallest skyscrapers, 14 are located in Frankfurt