Frankfurt am Main: The most expensive streets – villas, luxury apartments, prices per square metre

Most expensive streets in Frankfurt am Main – Who thinks in Frankfurt am Main there are only high-rise buildings, banks and a lot of industry, is wrong. The Hessian city is home to several streets that far exceed the average price per square meter. The most expensive streets in Germany can be found in Berlin, Hamburg, Munich but also in Frankfurt am Main. Would you like to buy a plot of land here and invest in a property as a capital investment – for example in a detached house, a semi-detached house with a granny flat or an apartment in an old building? Find out everything about Germany’s most exclusive streets, what makes them so special and above all: how much a square metre costs here. Back to the overview: Most expensive streets in Germany.

Villas & high-rises: Living on the Main, Annastrasse & Co.

With a population of about 750,000 and an area of almost 750 square kilometers, Frankfurt am Main is one of the important German metropolises. As one of the most imposing German cities, the Hessian metropolis of Frankfurt is in no way inferior to the other cities of Berlin, Hamburg and Munich. The standard of living is high and the economy stable. While students appreciate the colorful nightlife, the strong banking and financial sector attracts mainly entrepreneurs and investors here. Thus, not only apartments in the city center are popular here, but also villas and single-family homes on the outskirts of the city. Those who want to buy an apartment or a house have to dig deep into their pockets.

List: The most expensive places & streets

Before we take a closer look at the individual streets in Frankfurt am Main, we will now give you an overview of the most expensive streets in the Main metropolis. The purchase price per square metre is between €10,000 and €14,000.

  • Anna Street
  • Siesmayerstrasse
  • Holzhausenstraße
  • Deutschherrnufer

Anna Street

Annastrasse is one of the most expensive streets in Frankfurt am Main. At around €11,000/sqm, it is among the top 20 streets in Germany. The popular street is located in the Nordend-West district of the Hessian city. Located directly at the Holzhausenpark, one villa is more beautiful than the other. With just 25 house numbers, the street impresses with a quiet yet central location.

The price per square meter here is 11.000€ /sqm

Maximum price up to 11.000€/ sqm

Here you will find top addresses like:

  • Adolph von Holzhausen Park
  • Golf club (nearby)

Map and location of Annastrasse (Frankfurt am Main)

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Siesmayerstraße is located in the popular Westend district of Hamburg. The palm garden of the city of Frankfurt am Main stretches almost the entire length of the street. The botanical garden includes a blooming nature, a tropicarium, the palm house, a medicinal plant house and numerous leisure and play facilities for children. This makes the Siesmayerstraße particularly suitable for families.

The price per square meter here is 10.000 Euro€ /sqm

Maximum price up to 10.000 Euro€/ sqm

Here you will find top addresses like:

  • Palm Garden
  • Tropicarium
  • Botanical gardens

Map and location of Siesmayerstraße (Frankfurt am Main)

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Holzhausenstraße is located in the Nordend district and is considered one of the top addresses when it comes to beautiful living in Frankfurt. Here you will find numerous listed buildings and large villas.

The price per square meter here is 12.500€ /sqm

Maximum price up to 12.500€/ sqm

Map and location of Holzhausenstraße (Frankfurt am Main)

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Streetview Holzhausenstraße (Frankfurt am Main)


Deutschherrnufer is located in Frankfurt’s Sachsenhausen-Nord district. Situated directly on the southern bank of the Main, it is a popular and above all modern residential location with a great view for which a lot of money is paid.

The price per square meter here is 13.850€ /sqm

Maximum price up to 13.850€/ sqm

Here you will find top addresses like:

  • Main Plaza: Hotel and Apartments
  • European Central Bank
  • Frankfurter Rundschau

Map and location of Deutschlandherrnufer (Frankfurt am Main)

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Frankfurt am Main: Real estate in the financial metropolis

Frankfurt is definitely the most impressive German city. If you stand in the Frankfurt city center, you drive in here, the skyscrapers are something very impressive. This makes the city seem twice as big as Berlin, three times as big as Munich and four times as big as Cologne. The attractive location directly on the Main and in the centre of Central Europe continues to attract people from all over Germany and the world to the city. Frankfurt a.M. is known for its unique skyline, skyscrapers and a thriving financial market. But the city offers so much more. Museums, green spaces, the opera, art halls. Culture as far as the eye can see.

Real estate in Frankfurt

With its opera, theatres and museum mile, Frankfurt has everything that high culture needs. In addition, a decent gastronomy scene, which in terms of internationality has no comparison in the world. There are beautiful parks in the city, as well as the zoo and the Palmengarten, so that you don’t have to leave the city for a short rest. The banks of the Main River invite you to stroll along, in addition to the chic shopping galleries. The skyscrapers are also an attraction in themselves. And if you visit one of the numerous festivals in the summer, it’s hard to get away from the view of the skyline.

Living in Frankfurt am Main: Popular districts & residential areas

With a population of less than one million, the metropolis in the Rhine-Main region is known worldwide and is home to Germany’s second largest airport. No wonder, after all, Frankfurt is considered an attractive place to live. While the up-and-coming Gallus convinces with its hip flair and excellent location, the Westend and Nordend inspire with their elegant charm paired with historical flair. Find out everything about Frankfurt’s most popular districts, their location and prices per square metre here.

Sell, buy and live in Frankfurt am Main

Whether modern Nordend, up-and-coming Gallus, international Westend or the popular neighbouring town of Offenbach, with the current price trend it is worth selling your property in Frankfurt! You want to sell your apartment, your apartment building or your land in Frankfurt? Find out here what you need to bear in mind when selling your property in Frankfurt. In addition: Our free guides and tips on the topics of property valuation, off market and all prices per square metre in Frankfurt – Welcome to Frankfurt!