The two properties at Herengracht 582 and 584 were built in 1670 and 1785 and completely renovated in 1999. The buildings are connected internally and provide 1,355 sq. m of office space over six floors. Many of the original 17th and 18th century details have been preserved, making the property an elegant and unique business environment. Located in the heart of Amsterdam’s Unesco-listed canal rings, the complex is close to the prestigious Golden Bend, where the city’s grandest mansions are found.
This object is located in the heart of the city on the Herengracht, the first and grandest of the three major canals. The houses on the Golden Bend were built to impress and are – by Dutch standards – large, and the neighbouring exclusive premises are home to a major cultural charity and such famous names as Deutsche Bank, Hogan Lovells, KBC, Viktor & Rolf and Guerrilla Games.
Because of its central location and the immediate vicinity of the Leidsestraat and Vijzelstraat, access by public transport is excellent. Trams 1, 2 and 5 run through the Leidsestraat and trams 16, 24 and 25 through the Vijzelstraat, and both offer direct connections to major train stations. In due course, the new North-South metro line will run under the Vijzelstraat. But this object is also easily accessible by car, and travelling time from Amsterdam’s A10 ring road is approximately 10 minutes. There are various (public) parking facilities and parking buildings in the immediate vicinity at 5 minutes’ walking distance.