The offices in the OpernTurm offer a spectacular view of the urban landscape - from the 16th floor of a skyscraper that is considered a symbol of Frankfurt's self-confidence and ambition. They are located in a striking, 42-storey high-rise building that is 170 metres high and has a high-quality exterior cladding of natural stone and ceiling-high windows. The building designed by Christoph Mäckler with this highly regarded and extremely representative business address is located at the symbolic Old Opera House of the city and overlooks the largest financial centre in continental Europe. The current tenants benefit from the standard LEED certificate in Gold (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) and a spacious underground car park. Nearly 60 national and 150 international banks have their registered offices in Frankfurt, and the city has one of the largest stock exchanges in the world. The automotive, chemical and telecommunications industries are also strongly represented in the dynamic local economy. Due to its central location, Frankfurt is an important traffic junction for air, rail and road traffic.