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Cushman & Wakefield relocates German headquarters to Frankfurt city centre

Rathenauplatz 1
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To house its German head office, Cushman & Wakefield has leased around 3,100 m² of new office space over three floors of Rathenauplatz 1, in Frankfurt am Main. The real estate consultancy firm will move into its new office, adjacent to Fressgass and Goetheplatz in the centre of Frankfurt, at the end of April.
The company is moving from Westhafen to the city centre. “There were two key reasons behind our choice of location: Rathenauplatz provides a premier address at the centre of the CBD, and is also a prime retail spot that allows our consultants to visit their nearby clients,” explains Frank Nickel, Managing Partner at C&W Germany. “We have also experienced rapid growth over the past two years and how have around 220 employees. We need more space and want to provide our employees with an ultra-modern working environment in a prime location.”

In addition to its head office in Frankfurt, Cushman & Wakefield also has offices in Berlin, Dusseldorf, Hamburg and Munich. In Germany, the firm provides consultancy services in the areas of valuation & advisory, office & retail investment, corporate finance, office & retail agency, property & asset management, project management and account management for international companies.
Worldwide, the real estate consultancy firm has a workforce of around 16,000 employees at 250 offices in 60 countries.

The landlord is the Grundbesitz Europa open-ended real estate fund of Deutsche Wealth & Asset Management, which has held the property in its portfolio since 2012.

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