Cheval Maison property to open in Frankfurt

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Cheval Collection has announced it will be opening the first Cheval Maison in continental Europe in Frankfurt, following an agreement signed with SIC Properties GmbH.

This will be Cheval Collection’s second Maison branded property, after an announcement in May that construction work will start on a property in Dubai in 2020.

Cheval Maison, Frankfurt will open in 2022, in the city’s Sachsenhausen neighbourhood, directly opposite the Villa Kennedy hotel. The location is less than 15 minutes’ journey time from the city centre and from the international airport.

The new-build property is designed by Berlin-based Eike Becker Architects and will consist of 181 apartments ranging in size from 30 to 106 square metres, over 11 floors. The apartments will be configured primarily as studios, one- and two-bedroom units, some with panoramic views towards the river Main and Frankfurt city centre from the upper floors. The ground floor and first floor lobbies will offer collaborative workspaces, a café and a grab-and-go style shop with essentials for guests’ stays. There will also be a first-floor fitness studio and office space, two levels of underground parking and a spectacular roof garden on the twelfth floor.

George Westwell, CEO of Cheval Collection, said: “We are delighted to announce plans to open Cheval Maison, Frankfurt in 2022. This will be a flagship development for us; our second property outside of London and a milestone in our company ambition to become the pre-eminent leader in luxury serviced apartment accommodation worldwide for any length of stay. We are excited to confirm this is our first management contract as part of that expansion plan and we are honoured to be working with SIC Properties. We look forward to bringing our more than 35 years of quality accommodation expertise to our exciting new concept and location at Cheval Maison Frankfurt.



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