Delftse Poort is one of the most famous architectural icons in the Netherlands. Inspired by the skyline of cities such as New York and London, the twin-towered complex was designed by architect Abe Bonnema and completed in 1992. Delftse Poort remains far ahead of its time in terms of its appearance and functionality. Both towers (93 and 150 meters tall) rise in staggered levels, connected by the three-story substructure. Divided over 42 storeys, the building’s total floor area amounts to 65,000 sq. m.
Delftse Poort offers multi-tenant functionality following an extensive quality improvement programme and surpasses the demands of the modern entrepreneur, flexible employee and the self-employed. The original intention of the architect Bonnema and Delftse Poort now meet its true destiny: a multi-tenant office complex providing an urban retreat.
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The "Delftse Poort" is right in the centre of Rotterdam, in the place where culture, business, shopping and the dynamic energy of a big city intersect. The immediate surroundings offer everything an entrepreneur could wish for: restaurants, hotels, conference facilities, shops and banks. Next to the high-rise of the "Delftse Poort" on the Weena, you will also find the Millennium tower, the Weena tower and the Weena centre itself.
The "Delftse Poort" has excellent access, both by road and public transport. It is located next to Rotterdam's central station and offers every possible type of public transport, including the hi-speed rail link to Schiphol airport. Travel¬ling time from Rotterdam's ring road to Weena is extremely comfort¬able and there is much less congestion than in other cities.