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Frankfurt Flexible Office and Workspace Providers Directory

Flexible Office Space and Workspace Companies in Frankfurt

Our guides to flexible office and workspace providers in Frankfurt

How do you Easily Compare the Frankfurt Office Space Market?

At The Office Providers, we bring access to all flexible workspace options in Frankfurt from a wide range of providers, operators and brands allowing you to search and compare workspaces that will best suit your needs.

We act as an aggregator of office space and we filter and condense the whole marketplace showing you options that perfectly match your requirements.

Many office space landlords that traditionally provide leased office space to rent now provide non-leased workspace options so, in these cases, are also classed as office providers.

Find out more about Frankfurt flex space companies by reading our guides.


Examples of Office Space in Frankfurt


Below are our guides to flexible workspace providers and operators that provide shared offices, private serviced office space, managed offices, co-working spaces and other flex space options in Frankfurt am Main in areas including:


Bahnhofsviertel DistrictBankenviertelBanking DistrictBornheim District
Innenstadt DistrictFrankfurt AirportNordend DistrictSachsenhausen District
 Westend District 


Our guides to flexible office and workspace providers in Frankfurt


ABC WorkspacesAgendisAgile OfficesBeeHive
Buro ClubClaus Sailer Business CenterCollection Business Center
Contora Office SolutionsDesign OfficesDeutsche Börse FinTech Hub
Die Zentrale Ecos Office Center
 K1 Business Club Ostend 
Meet N WorkMindspaceOffice LodgesOffices and More
RegusRent24Satellite OfficeSchwarzraum 
SignatureSirius FacilitiesSleevesUp!
SpacesStudio54TechQuartierThe Office Group – TOG
The Roof CoWorking SpaceTribesUbertageWeWork


Many landlords that would traditionally provide leasehold or leased office spaces to rent in Frankfurt are now also offering non-leased workspace options.


Tenants looking to sublet some of their excess office space can often provide short-term office space rental options.


We provide access to these flexible leasing options, too.


Why it Pays to Compare the Whole Frankfurt Flexible Office Space Market?

Frankfurt is Germany’s financial capital – home to the European Central Bank (ECB) and the headquarter offices of the majority of German, European and international banks.

Its nicknames of ‘Bankfurt’, ‘Mainhattan’ and the ‘City of Banks’ or ‘Bankenstadt’ are justified by banking institutions including Citigroup, Commerzbank, Deutsche Bank, JPMorgan Chase & Co., Merrill Lynch, Morgan Stanley, Standard Chartered and UBS having European headquarter offices or EU hubs in the city.

With the presence of the these large banks, comes the wider infrastructure of financial services companies and other professional services firms including Deloitte, EY, KPMG, PwC and McKinsey & Company, and law firms such as Allen & Overy, Clifford Chance and DLA Piper, to name just a few.

Whilst many of these occupiers have rented office space in Frankfurt for many years, Brexit has encouraged companies to either open new offices in Frankfurt or to increase their workspace footprints in the city.

Frankfurt has a wide and varied economy and this is evidenced by the presence of the Frankfurt Trade Fair (Messe Frankfurt) which is the third-largest exhibition site in the world, the city also hosts the world’s largest annual automotive expo – the Frankfurt Motor Show, and the office space offerings of the city reflect the wide range of occupier needs and desires.

It also has a thriving start-up community and this is evidenced by the wide range of collaborative coworking spaces, accelerators, incubators and other properties offering start-up office space. These companies operate in a wide range of sectors although the FinTech sector may have one of the larger representations.

Flexible workspace has been a popular workplace option of businesses seeking office space in Frankfurt and this is evidenced by the number of business centres throughout the city. These are operated by Frankfurt office space companies, German operators and international office providers including IWG and WeWork.

The flexible space options provided by these companies have been favoured by companies looking to test the market before they commit to rent leased office space although many companies have chosen to occupy managed office spaces on a longer-term basis due to the all-inclusive nature of the agreements, the shorter terms – which can be more preferable following the passing of IFR16, and because of the relative ease with which occupiers can decrease or increase their footprints in response to changing business conditions.

Frankfurt, of course, was struck by the effects of Covid-19 and, like the rest of the world, its office-based occupiers had to quickly learn how to keep their businesses running without the use of their offices.

Due to cloud-based technologies and high-speed domestic broadband, many companies were able to operate with a largely work-from-home workforce and relearnt the benefits of flexible working.

Although flexible working has been with us for many decades, it had been adopted with varying levels of success, and enthusiasm – it would now appear to have a fixed place in the future of work.

2020 created the largest homeworking experiment ever conducted and companies are now looking to more fully utilise flexible working into their operational models moving forward.

It is envisioned that businesses will look to create hybrid working models whereby many mid and back office functions will be carried out by homeworkers, businesses will also utilise work-near-home workspaces or satellite offices for collaborative exercises that cannot be carried out from home – these will likely be multimedia hubs containing Zoom Rooms, other video conferencing facilities, training rooms and podcast studios. These will allow employees to gain the benefits of working in an office environment but with reduced commute times and exposure to public transport.

The main or headquarter office is likely to change in function somewhat, it may become smaller in size and be used somewhat as a showroom for a business for client meetings, pitches, launches, networking and entertaining.

There is no doubt that the requirements of office occupiers are changing, as they always have done – although Covid-19 was a major catalyst for change.

Flexible workspace providers were amongst the first within the commercial property sector to adapt their spaces in line with these changing needs.

In terms of ensuring that their workspaces were Covid-secure and Covid-compliant, they quickly adapted their properties so that occupiers felt confident in their return to the office.

Some of the measures included:

Many office and workspace providers in Frankfurt also quickly creating new products that meant new and incumbent occupiers had a full range of agile office space options.

Some of these new flex space products included:

As companies of all sizes begin to experiment with new operational models, they are finding that flexible workspaces are providing efficient and safe testing beds and are trialling serviced offices, managed office space and coworking options, or a combination of all three.

There are several new and incumbent flex space providers in Frankfurt that are providing an increased number of options to occupiers seeking flexibility in their commercial real estate strategies.

There is also an increasing number of office landlords that are now offering non-leased and flexibly-leased options that would have traditionally only provided leased office space for rent on conventional lease terms.

There are also an increasing number of opportunities from office tenants that are now looking to sub-let some of their excess office space and this provides a further range of flexible workplace options to potential subtenants.

And, there are also assignment opportunities whereby occupiers ‘assign’ their office lease to another occupier and they take on the responsibilities of the lease.

With this increasing number and variety of flex space solutions in Frankfurt, it can sometimes be difficult to have full sight and analysis of the marketplace. 

This is how we help – we bring together all flexible office space options in Frankfurt under one metaphorical ‘roof’ – this is why we are called The Office Providers – we facilitate the sourcing, comparing and the acquisition of flexible workspace options from all of the office providers in Frankfurt.

We listen to and understand your unique workplace requirements and then condense the whole market so that you are only presented with options that perfectly match your brief.

We can arrange viewings for you – both virtual and in-person if you wish, and we can help you negotiate the very best deal for your business.

We are regulated by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) so we are independent and impartial, and our office tenant representation services are completely FREE, always.

So, get in touch and let us know how we can help you find the best office space in Frankfurt for your team.


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