The ‘Zeven Provinciën’ is a prestigious property on one of the best-known and most reputable streets in The Hague: Lange Voorhout. The property has a classical facade of natural stone. It is located in a prominent position opposite the Dutch Council of State offices. The building offers 5,232 sq. m of office space and has an underground car park suitable for 21 cars. The ‘Zeven Provinciën’ was completely renovated in 2012 and received a BREEAM-In-Use very good certificate in 2014. This is a unique achievement in the Netherlands given the age of the property.
The stately buildings along the Lange Voorhout are largely 17th and 18th century, and give this part of The Hague a distinct sense of class. Most of these buildings are listed, and many well-known national and international companies have a location along the Lange Voorhout, shoulder-to-shoulder with the American, British, Swedish, Swiss and Spanish embassies. There are also various restaurants here, such as Taste, the new Saur, Bristroquet and the Posthoorn, and some icons of Dutch cultural life such as Hotel Des Indes, Pulchri Studio, the Diligentia concert hall and Het Paleis museum.
The "Zeven Provinciën" is in the centre of The Hague and is easily accessible, both by car and public transport. Trains, trams and buses are at walking distance, and the A12 (Utrecht), A13 (Rotterdam), A4 and A44 (Schiphol/Amsterdam) are also close by.