Skyscrapers in Dusseldorf: Illustrated list
A rudimentary and illustrated listing of the most important Skyscrapers in Dusseldorf.
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Skyscrapers in Dusseldorf – ARAG TOWER, 125 metre, 1998 – 2000
The Arag Tower at Mörsenbroicher Ei is the youngest high-rise building in Dusseldorf with a height of more than 100 meters. It is also the tallest skyscraper in Dusseldorf. The Arag Tower was completed in 2005 and stands on the site of the former Arag Stepped Building by Paul Schneider-Esleben, which was demolished even though it was a listed building. The Arag Tower, with its 125 m height, is spread over 32 above-ground floors. It was built between 1998 and 2000 and is ranked 36th among the tallest skyscrapers in Germany.
ARAG high-rise building, ARAG-Platz 1, 40472 Dusseldorf, Germany.
Skyscrapers in Dusseldorf – Berliner Allee 33 (Sparkasse Düsseldorf), 72 metre, 1960 – 1964
High-rise built between 1960 and 1964, which has been extended upwards since its design was changed in 2000.
Sparkasse Düsseldorf: Berliner Allee 33, 40212 Dusseldorf, Germany.
Skyscrapers in Dusseldorf, MEDIENHAFEN – Coloriumetre, 62 metre, 2001
Coloriumetre, Speditionsstraße 9, 40221 Dusseldorf, Germany.
Skyscrapers in Dusseldorf – Dreischeibenhaus, 95 metre, 1957 – 1960
Dreischeibenhaus, Dreischeibenhaus 1, 40211 Düsseldorf, Germany.
Skyscrapers in Dusseldorf, – Ergo Tower, 108 metre, 1994 – 1997
One of Dusseldorf’s newer landmarks is what is now known as the Ergo Tower. According to the sponsoring company it used to be called Victoria Tower, it is located near the Dusseldorf Rhine bank between the Oberkasseler and Theodor Heuss bridges in Pempelfort. With its 108 m height, the Ergo Tower is one of the tallest buildings in Dusseldorf. The skyscraper was built from 1994-1997 and has 29 floors.
Ergo Tower, Ergo-Platz 1, 40477 Dusseldorf, Germany.
Skyscrapers in Dusseldorf – GAP 15, 90 metre, 2005
Europe’s first skyscraper built in an oval shape.
GAP 15, Graf-Adolf-Platz 15, 40217 Dusseldorf, Germany.
Skyscrapers in Dusseldorf – IMMERMANN TOWER, 55 metre, 1955
Immermann Tower, Immermannstrasse 40, 40210 Dusseldorf, Germany.
Skyscrapers in Dusseldorf – LVA Tower, 123 metre, 1960-1964
The LVA Tower is one of the most monumental buildings in Dusseldorf. It can be seen from very many places even outside the Dusseldorf city limits. The building is located near the GAP Building on Graf Adolf Platz.
LVA, Königsallee 71, 40215 Dusseldorf, Germany.
Skyscrapers in Dusseldorf – MANNESMANN TOWER, 89 metre, 1956 – 1958
The Dusseldorf Mannesmann high-rise is one of the older post-war buildings in Dusseldorf. It is built in the style of post-war modernism and is one of the first more modern high-rise buildings in the Federal Republic of Germany. The Mannesmann Tower has been a listed building since 1997. It is 88.5 meters high and has 22 floors. The building was leased to Vodafone by the state of North Rhine-Westphalia until 2012, since when it has been used as a state ministry. During the Christmas season, a lighting pattern simulates a Christmas tree.
Mannesmann Skyscraper, Berger Allee 9, 40213 Dusseldorf, Germany.
Skyscrapers in Dusseldorf – NRW BANK, 2005
The NRW Bank building on Kavalleriestraße is one of the newest high-rise buildings in Dusseldorf. The vertical and 14-story high-rise is located close to the Kniebrücke bridge on the outer edge of the government district. To the left of the main entrance was a bistro aptly named „Förderbar.“ Among other things, the bank’s mission is to support projects that the state of North Rhine-Westphalia deems eligible for funding.
NRW Bank, Kavalleriestr. 22, 40213 Dusseldorf, Germany.
Skyscrapers in Dusseldorf – SKY OFFICE, 89 metre, 2009
Sky Office, Kennedydamm 24, 40476 Düsseldorf.
Skyscrapers in Dusseldorf, Port tip I an II, aslo known as Twin Towers, 65 metre, 2010 MEDIENHAFEN
Hafenspitze 1 and Hafenspitze 2, Speditionsstraße 19-21, 40221 Dusseldorf, Germany.
Skyscrapers in Dusseldorf, WILHELM MARX HOUSE, 57 metre, 1922 – 1924
The Wilhelm Marx Haus (brick expressionism) is the oldest high-rise building in Dusseldorf. For a short time, it was the tallest office building in Europe. Of course, it occurred to the people of Cologne quite quickly to surpass it with another building. Due to the Persil neon sign mounted on the roof, the Wilhelm Marx Haus is visible for miles around. A few years ago, the color of this neon sign was changed from green to red. The skyscraper is built entirely with bricks and is worth seeing for that reason alone. There is a huge clock on the main tower, which doesn’t always show the correct time, or even just stands still for months at a time.
Wilhelm Marx House, Heinrich-Heine-Allee 53, 40213 Dusseldorf, Germany.