The Timber Peak in the former customs port of Mainz is outstanding in many aspects. Its unique waterfront location and award-winning modern architecture make it the premier address on the Rhine. In one of the tallest timber-hybrid high-rises in Rhineland-Palatinate you can enjoy a panoramic view over the river and into the old town. Light-flooded workspaces that are as smart as they are cosy, combined with green roof terraces and a lively forecourt, create a completely new working atmosphere. The timber hybrid project Timber Peak on the grounds of former customs port will use about 900 m³ cross laminated timber and 150 m³ glued laminated timber for a total of approx. 9,500 m² gross floor area. The floor deck system of the twelve-storey building will be built as a wood-concrete composite with visible timber underside. It is supported by the reinforced concrete building core, while the load from the facade is transferred to visible timber columns.
The Flösserhof is currently under development in the former Mainz customs harbour, directly on the harbour basin. This residential complex will be the site for 92 apartments surrounded on three sides by water. With their clinker facade, the building reflects the history and architecture of the old Mainz customs port. Plans include the construction of roughly 92 condominiums, three of which will be designed as townhouses.