Introducing Lyoner Quartier, your new neighbourhood.
Lyoner Quartier has been home to some of the most recognised blue-chip companies’ headquarters over the years. But now, due to it being positioned between green spaces, such as the city forest, and the Frankfurt metropolis, the area’s full potential is finally being realised and it’s becoming a thriving, vibrant neighbourhood.
There will be an eclectic mix of buildings, old and new, interspersed with international restaurants and local services, all surrounded by diverse greenery such as garden allotments, parks, a golf course, running track and forest area.
The local area
Local sports facilities
- Deutsche Bank Park (Eintracht Frankfurt Soccer Club)
- SGK Frankfurt Tennis Club
- Frankfurt Horse Rising School and Club
- Frankfurt Golf Club
- Open Air Bath - Freibad Station
- Soccers Point
- ALDI SÜD Supermarket
- EDEKA Scheck-In Center
- Lidl Supermarket
Great places for running – close to Mainufer & Deutsche Bank Park
The Niederrad area is well connected giving you access to Frankfurt city and beyond whether using public transport, cycling or driving your own car parked directly at the LY30 parking lot.
The place to be
Frankfurt is a buzzing metropolis with restaurants catering for all tastes. The Zeil shopping promenade ranks amongst Germany’s most successful retail streets and there are many museums and weekly markets to visit and enjoy.
Ideally located with parking spaces available and bike storage so it’s easy to get around
Stadtwald is 19 minutes away by bike or 12 minutes by car. Ideal for enjoying the outdoors or taking a scenic run
We are local
Residents benefit from a new rooftop terrace, TV room, gym, dining room and refurbished laundry.
You’ll be able to host a work meeting at home, relax with a coffee in the TV room, work up a sweat in the resident gym or enjoy a glass of wine on the rooftop terrace.
There are several places in the vicinity to grab a bite to eat, as well as the center of Niederrad, which is a very short drive away.
There’s plenty of green space nearby including Stadtwald Frankfurt which comprises of 5,000 hectares and is the largest communal city forest in Germany. We also have the all-important Museumsufer and the Botanical Garden Frankfurt for you to explore.