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The Squaire

The Squaire
The Squaire

The Squaire is an office building in Frankfurt, Germany. It was built between 2006 and 2011 on top of an existing train station (Frankfurt Airport long-distance station) near Frankfurt Airport. The building has has a length of 660 m, a width of 65 m, and a height of 45 m with nine floors. With a total floor area of 140,000 m2 (1,506,900 sq ft) it is considered to be the largest office building in Germany. The Squaire is directly connected to Terminal 1 of Frankfurt Airport through a connecting corridor for pedestrians. It is one of three buildings in Frankfurt to have its own postal code (60600), the others being the Messeturm and the Opernturm.

Name

The term Squaire is a portmanteau of the words square and air. The name was announced in June 2010. The project's original name was Airrail Center Frankfurt. The term Airrail is also a portmanteau, comprising the words air and rail.

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"How does one get to the Christmas market from the Squaire via trai?" (posted 12/14/2014)

Frankfurt Christmas Market can be reached from the Squaire take the S-Bahn, with the lines S8 and S9 towards the city center, station master station and then walk.
Answer provided by Maria Hefke on 12/14/2014
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