Deutsche Bank Twin Towers

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Deutsche Bank Twin Towers
Hauptverwaltung Deutsche Bank AG
Frankfurt Deutsche Bank Headquarters.20140221.jpg
The Deutsche Bank Twin Towers in the central business district of Frankfurt
Alternative names Credit und Debit
Hauptverwaltung Deutsche Bank AG
Zwillingstürme der Deutschen Bank
General information
Location Taunusanlage 12
Hesse, Germany
Coordinates 50°06′49″N 8°40′05″E / 50.11361°N 8.66806°E / 50.11361; 8.66806Coordinates: 50°06′49″N 8°40′05″E / 50.11361°N 8.66806°E / 50.11361; 8.66806
Construction started 1978
Completed 1984
Roof Tower I: 155 m (509 ft)
Tower II: 155 m (509 ft)
Technical details
Floor count Tower I: 40
Tower II: 38
Floor area 645,834 sq ft (60,000 m2)
Design and construction
Architect Walter Hanig
Heinz Scheid
Johannes Schmidt
Structural engineer Grontmij BGS Ingenieursozietät

The Deutsche Bank Twin Towers (also called Deutsche Bank Headquarters; German: Zwillingstürme der Deutschen Bank or Hauptverwaltung Deutsche Bank AG), is a pair of skyscrapers in Frankfurt, Germany. It is located in the city's Westend-Süd district. The two towers are the same design ("twin towers"). They are 155 m (509 ft) tall. They serve as the headquarters for the Deutsche Bank. This is the largest bank in Germany. The twin towers are also sometimes nicknamed debit and credit (German: Soll und Haben), which are two aspects of every financial transaction.

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