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Status  Complete
Completed  2002 - 2004
Architectural style  Modern architecture
Type  Commercial offices
Phone  +49 89 456660
Architect  Helmut Jahn
Highlight Towers
Alternative names  Langenscheidt-Hochhäuser
Location  Mies-van-der-Rohe-Straße Munich, Germany
Roof  Tower I: 126 m (413 ft) Tower II: 113 m (371 ft)
Address  Mies-van-der-Rohe-Straße 6, 80807 München, Germany
Similar  Hochhaus Uptown, Hypo‑Haus, Siegestor, Olympiapark, Olympiaturm

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Highlight Towers is a twin tower office skyscraper complex completed in 2004 in Munich, Germany. The towers are joined by two bridges made of glass and steel combine to offer the two planned by architects Murphy/Jahn of Chicago. Tower I is 126 m (413 ft) with 33 storeys, and Tower II is 113 m (371 ft) with 28 storey which make them among the highest buildings in the city. Also in the complex are two low-rise buildings between the twin towers, that serve as a hotel and additional office space. Overall, the facility offers approximately 73,836 m2 (794,760 sq ft) of office space.


The towers are slightly shifted in the historic sightline of Odeonsplatz on Ludwigstrasse with Victory Gate to the north and form a focal point for visitors coming from the north of the city.

Highlight towers tower 2 elevator run


The best known tenants of the buildings are the IT and consulting firms Unify and Fujitsu Technology Solutions, as well as IBM.


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