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Henninger Turm

Hainer Weg 60-64
Frankfurt Germany

Status:destroyed
Construction Dates
  Began1959
  Finished1961
  Destroyed2013
Floor Count33
Building Uses
 - unused
 - observation
 - office
 - restaurant
Structural Types
 - highrise
 - pod
 - revolving floor
 - tower
 - silo

 Heights ValueSource / Comments 
Antenna394 ft
Roof361 ft
Observation deck361 ft
Upp. revolving restauran348 ft
Low. revolving restaurant331 ft

Description
Architect: Karl Lieser

Coordinates: 50°5'50"N 8°41'36"E

Henninger Turm was built as silo for Henninger brewery. It could store 14,500 tons in 31 cells. When filled, the maximim pressure on the walls is 4500 kg/m2.
Henninger Turm was until 1974 the tallest building of Frankfurt. It is the only structure in Germany with 2 revolving restaurants.
On October 31st, 2002 Henninger Turm was closed down for tourists. It is today unused, plans to demolish the building were abandoned.

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