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BankM AG
Baseler Straße 10
60329 Frankfurt

By car

Via A5 from South/North

Coming from the south via A67/A5 (Heidelberg/Mannheim) or from the north via A5 (Kassel) take the exit „Autobahnkreuz Frankfurt-West (Frankfurt Westkreuz)” to the multilane A648 which will first turn into “Theodor-Heuss-Allee” and then into “Friedrich-Ebert-Anlage”, direction “Messe/Stadtmitte/Hauptbahnhof”. Continue straight on past the Festhalle and Messeturm (to the right, red “pencil”) and follow the streetcar tracks. At “Platz der Republik” continue straight ahead towards the main station and stay in the left lane. Pass the main station, which appears on the right, and continue straight on towards the airport/Sachsenhausen. After 200m and a streetcar stop at Baseler Platz, get into the right lane in the direction of the city center, so that you circle Baseler Platz counterclockwise to reach Wilhelm-Leuschner-Straße, where you will find the first parking facilities.

Via A3 from West/East

Take the Frankfurt/Süd exit from the A3 onto the B44/43 in the direction of Frankfurt Stadtmitte/Sachsenhausen. Follow the course of the B44/43 (later “Kennedyallee”) for approx. 4.5km and at the large intersection turn left onto the B44 in the direction of Hauptbahnhof/Messe. You will cross the Main (“Friedensbrücke”) with a magnificent view of the skyline. After 100m turn into Wilhelm-Leuschner-Straße, where you will find sufficient parking space.

Further parking facilities

You will find suitable parking facilities next to Wilhelm-Leuschner-Straße (parking ticket) in the publicly accessible parking garage “Baseler Platz” (Gutleutstraße 89). Coming from Wilhelm-Leuschner-Straße turn left after 200m onto Wiesenhüttenstraße and after another 50m turn left again onto Gutleutstraße. The parking garage is located on the left side of the street.

Environmental zone

We would also like to point out that a so-called “environmental zone” has been introduced in Frankfurt am Main throughout the year, which also covers the location of our office in particular. The aim is to reduce the concentration of particulate matter and nitrogen dioxide in order to comply with the limit values. Accordingly, only vehicles that are marked with the corresponding new sticker on the windshield are allowed to drive in designated environmental zones. This applies not only to through traffic, but also to residents in environmental zones. The regulation applies to all passenger cars and commercial vehicles, regardless of the type of drive (with internal combustion engines – gasoline, diesel or gas – and with electric drive). Vehicles registered abroad also need the sticker to be allowed to enter environmental zones. Anyone who is checked in the low emission zone without a sticker or valid exemption must expect a fine.

By public transport

From the airport

Take the S8 or S9 (direction Frankfurt Hbf, Offenbach or Hanau) from the airport (“Flughafen/Regionalbahnhof”) to Frankfurt Stadtmitte (departure usually from platform 1, journey time approx. 10 min.). Alternatively, take an IC/EC or ICE train from “Flughafen/Fernbahnhof” to Frankfurt Hauptbahnhof. Get off at the 3rd stop (“Hauptbahnhof”) and use the south exit “Mannheimer Strasse”. Alternatively, at the main entrance after leaving the building, take the streetcar to “Baseler Platz” for one stop or walk right towards the Main. There change to Baseler Strasse, from there it is about 200m to walk and on the left side of the street you will find our office in the building “Baseler Oval” (Baseler Strasse 10).

From the main station

If you arrive by train via the main station, walk as described above in about 5 minutes to the building “Baseler Oval” in Baseler Straße 10, directly opposite Baseler Platz or take the streetcar to the next stop “Baseler Platz”.


BankM AG
Baseler Strasse 10
60329 Frankfurt

Phone: +49 69 7191838-0
Fax: +49 69 7191838-50

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