Preserving the heritage, shaping the future

We have an impressive location for your infrastructure: the former Neckermann headquarters in the east of Frankfurt am Main with the imposing Egon Eiermann building.

This is where Europe’s largest logistics and mail-order company once supplied the world with its goods. And this is where your digital data will flow through our data centers around the entire globe.

The world's first listed data center

One of Interxion’s main concerns is to preserve the architectural heritage of Egon Eiermann and the rich history of the former Neckermann site.

We are setting new standards with the Digital Park Fechenheim. Not only will it be Frankfurt’s largest data center campus with an IT space of around 100,000 square meters, but also the world’s largest listed data center, which combines 45,000 square meters of data center space under one roof. Thus, we demonstrate that the protection of historical buildings, urban planning, and economic sectors – such as data centers – that shape the future of Frankfurt as a location can be successfully combined to the benefit of all.

Explore the Lost Place Neckermann site

We invite you to dive into the eventful history of the former Neckermann site and go on a discovery journey with our virtual Lost Places Tour. Hear from former employees what it was like to work at Neckermann. Have fun exploring (available in german)!

Neckermann memories

A look back into its history (available in German)

Save your IT space at the

Digital Park Fechenheim