Finding a place to live in Frankfurt

Frankfurt Hauptwache and skyline. Photo by Christian Salow on Unsplash

Finding a place to live in Frankfurt can be daunting. Frankfurt is a booming city with many attractive and well-paid jobs. The city’s population has grown by 12% over the past ten years to now almost 750,000.

Frankfurt School has two buildings with 218 fully furnished studio apartments with ensuite bathrooms on its Campus. Accommodation is limited to Frankfurt School students during their first year, but even so, demand usually exceeds the offer. Fortunately, there are some private alternatives.

The Flag

Apartments in Bockenheim and Nordend ranging from 23 to 35 m2. The Nordend location is right next to Frankfurt School’s Campus. Rents start at 540 € per month including utilities.



Apartments with 16 to 29 m2 in the neighborhoods Ostend, Gallus and Lyoner Viertel starting at 470 € per month incl. utilities.


Bed & Brains

This residence is in the Mertonviertel neighborhood. Apartments range from 18 to 31 m2, and rents start at 535 € per month incl. utilities.



Apartments in Bockenheim, 14 to 31 m2. Rents start at 529 € per month incl. utilities.


The Fizz

Apartments with 18 to 29 m2 and rents starting at 667 € per month incl. utilities.


Schneider Bau

One- and two-bedroom apartments in the Riedberg neighborhood. Rents start at roughly 470 € per month and person.



Two residences in the Riedberg neighborhood with apartments from 19 to 39 m2.