This office building is one of dreams. Currently, the original mansion is being fully renovated into a high-quality and stylish office space. As a result of the sustainable renovation, the gas connection has been completely removed and solar panels will contribute to efficient electricity consumption. The elegant design with marble, wooden floors, mouldings and tasteful lighting gives a feeling of warmth and luxury. The stand-alone office building consists of five floors and has an open character. Unique is the city garden with garden house, originally a drawing room, which has been transformed into an inviting and inspiring meeting space. For prestigious companies, this is an ideal place to receive clients in stylish surroundings in a very good and accessible location near the Amstel River.
Sarphatistraat was named in 1870 after the physician Samuel Sarphati, who played a key role in the expansion and beautification of Amsterdam. Sarphatistraat is almost two kilometres long and runs from the centre of Amsterdam across the Amstel and towards the Eastern Islands. Number 30 previously had the address Schans W 659a. The 1868 mansion has the architectural style Eclecticism, combining features of different architectural styles or art movements into a graceful whole.
The building has several outdoor spaces. At the rear of the bell floor is a balcony of about 6.8 sqm. A staircase provides access to the city garden of about 63 sqm. At the rear of the garden is a gazebo, which has been transformed into an inviting and inspiring meeting room. At the front of the first floor is a beautiful monumental balcony with views towards the Amstel River. At the rear of both the first and second floors is a balcony of about 3 sqm. The beautifully designed garden will have fine gravel and bamboo and plane trees on both sides against the yard fence. In the centre of the garden, there is room for a large table and the garden will be decorated with several large pots of, for example, olive trees. Finally, the garden (with round organic shapes) will be equipped with a lighting plan and automatic irrigation.
The office space is located near the Amstel River with the Amstel Hotel and Restaurant a stone's throw away. The Utrechtsestraat with all its amenities, shops and restaurants is located nearby. Recommendations include Bar Lempicka and Bakhuys Amsterdam. Within cycling distance is the bustling De Pijp district.
Accessibility by public transport is excellent due to the nearby Wibautstraat and Weesperplein metro stops. Metro lines 51, 53 and 54 offer direct connection to Central Station. Tram stops for lines 1, 7 and 19 are also within walking distance. The object is also easily accessible by car as the office space is located in a side street of Weesperstraat, one of Amsterdam's access roads. From the A-10 South ring road exit S- 112 via Wibautstraat or from the A-10 North ring road exit S-116 via the IJ tunnel.
Parking is available on the public road through payment or a permit system. Information on conditions and options for obtaining a (business) permit and any waiting period can be requested via the Amsterdam municipality.