The Main-Taunus-Zentrum is the largest shopping center in the state of Hessen. The mall was originaly opened in May 1964 (making it one of the oldest shopping centers in Germany), and has been extended and modernized in 2009 and 2011. The expansion and modernisation measures have made the center into a high-quality piece of retail real estate. It has a potential catchment area of 2.2 million people and attracts an average of 39,000 shoppers per day, making it one of the most visited retail locations in the country.
The center’s anchor tenants are Galeria Kaufhof, Breuninger, Media Markt, Karstadt, Peek & Cloppenburg, C&A, AppelrathCüpper, Zara, Anson’s and Rewe. H&M and New Yorker have both increased their floor space following the extension, while new additions include an Apple Store, Thalia, the fashion labels Hollister, Bench, G-Star and Kookai, and Weinkellerei Höchst, a regional wine merchant and quality grocer.
The mall is located out of city.
By car: you can reach us via the A66 (Frankfurt - Wiesbaden) and B8 (Bad Soden - Königstein Kronberg). Departure: Main-Taunus-Zentrum.
By public transport: bus lines: 253, 803, 804, 810, 814.
Since 2011 Since 2001 shoppers have been able to enjoy modern surroundings, combined with architectural elegance and complete comfort. The mall was refurbished in a welcoming Mediterranean style by using warm colours and creating plaza-style
cafes and restaurants and umbrella-like roofs.
After the modernization/expanzion works a mall was created on the ground floor which transformed the existing row of shops into a circular route. The two floors above are used as parking levels. With the new fourstorey car park to the south side, the Main- Taunus-Zentrum now has 4,500 free parking spaces. Like the existing center, the extension’s energy needs are met through green electricity and district heating.