The city, a financial hub at the heart of the Frankfurt-Rhein-Main metropolitan region, is apicture of economic health: Sixty-three of the Fortune Global 500 companies have a presence in the city. According to the CEO of the local economic development agency, 27 % of Frankfurt’s population are non-Germans, demonstrating an openness to global business and talent.
The city is undergoing some major infrastructure developments that are bound to have a positive impact on the investment landscape. One such development is the new Gateway Gardens Global Business Village, planned for a site next to the city’s airport but connected to the regional train network. Extensive transport developments are under way, with rail, tram and subway extensions under development.