Current projects


CORPUS SIREO Real Estate manages residential property development projects in the greater Frankfurt area, Wiesbaden, Mainz and Darmstadt – from acquiring the land, planning and construction right through to final sale. 

National network – local roots
Recipe for success – the systems, tools and processes that CORPUS SIREO Real Estate has been successfully using for a number of years are constantly being further developed, adapted to trends and implemented across all markets.
The Rhine-Main region offers a unique set of opportunities and challenges. Thanks to its long-standing experience and broad network, CORPUS SIREO Real Estate always closely monitors the local property market and knows where the prime plots of land are – and how to acquire them.
A track record of already implemented projects and a full project pipeline are testament to our success. 


Christian Giessler Real Estate Development Frankfurt


The Inbetween
CORPUS SIREO Real Estate acquired a plot on Wilhelm-Leuschner-Straße in Frankfurt’s Bahnhofsviertel, where it is carrying out the construction of approximately 160 residential units under the project name “The Inbetween”. In addition, construction is planned of a “boarding house” with around 50 flats.

According to current plans, the start of construction is scheduled for early 2018 and completion is forecast by the end of 2019. The plot was sold by Sh.i.r Asset Management GmbH, based in Frankfurt am Main.

CORPUS SIREO Real Estate has acquired a plot measuring approximately 9,500 square metres on Ludwig-Landmann-Straße 389 in Frankfurt-Bockenheim. Approximately 180 owner-occupied apartments in a street front development and six city villas are to be constructed here across two construction phases. The total residential space will be around 14,000 square metres. The building will be located around a central, car-free area. There are also plans to build an underground car park.

Construction is scheduled to begin early in 2019 and CORPUS SIREO Real Estate estimates that it will be completed in autumn 2021.


: 19.01.2018