At Frankfurt International Airport, Implenia constructed Frankfurt’s first Hyatt Place hotel in the Gateway Gardens park as a turnkey project.
The Frankfurt branch of Implenia Buildings received a contract from Europahotel Baufeld 11.3 GmbH & Co. KG to construct Frankfurt's first Hyatt Place hotel in the Gateway Gardens park at Frankfurt International Airport as a turnkey project.
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The plans by the Braunschweig architect Reichel + Stauth envisaged a new hotel with lots of natural light and a surface area of around 20,000 square metres. In addition to 312 rooms (624 beds), the hotel also has 112 underground car parking spaces and a direct link to the S-Bahn.
The hotel is expected to gain LEED Gold certification.
With a planned total surface area of 700,000 square metres on a plot measuring 35 hectares, Gateway Gardens is one of the largest district development projects in an airport city in Europe. In October 2014, Gateway Gardens was the first industrial district to achieve DGNB Gold certification for its sustainability.