Gateway Gardens is a “Global Business Village” in the European heartland, and with a projected gross external area of 700,000 square metres one of the largest quarter developments of any airport city in Europe.
Gateway Gardens connects the economic flows across the world by applying a simple concept called “proximity.” Located at one of the world's biggest airports, in the heart of Frankfurt Airport City, a major high-speed railway stations, and the most heavily frequented motorway junction in Europe. This sort of mobility and proximity translates into direct access to international or indeed global business contacts and markets.
Few things are as important as having global business contacts, and Gateway Gardens offers bright minds a variety of options for comparing notes, developing new business ideas, and acquiring new clients. After all, Gateway Gardens straddles a hub of knowledge, transport and innovation flows. Collaborations are facilitated not just by the conveniently accessed location but also by the unique campus character.
The development of this new district in Frankfurt places a premium on urbanity and a diverse mix of occupiers: convenience stores, restaurants and cafés as meeting points, a day-care centre for toddlers, and sports facilities in the park right in the quarter. The idea is to better synchronise the professional and the private life, and to save time above all.