Welcome to Mainhatten, the city with the most and highest skyscrapers in Germany. Some of them even belong to the highest buildings in Europe. With 15 skyscrapers over 150m and a total of 36 skyscrapers over 100m, Frankfurt am Main is far from over. The banking city of Germany with, amongst others, the headquarters of the European Central Bank, is aiming high and already has another 5 skyscrapers in the planning. Frankfurt is also flying high in continuing education. With its 10 public and private universities and more than 60,000 students, Frankfurt am Main ranks fifth among the most important university locations in Germany. The Johann Wolfgang Goethe University with its more than 40,000 students is one of the most important universities in the world metropolis. At its 4 locations in Frankfurt, a wide range of disciplines are taught.
Neon Wood at Frankfurt Riedberg is all about living in a cozy student housing in a district with a modern atmosphere full of students and a high quality of living. It has great places to enjoy a coffee or relax after studying.Rent Soon