On the characteristic Noordereiland with a view of the striking and famous Koningshaven bridge 'De Hef' this fantastic transformation project!.
The original building from 1893 has had various functions. For example, it was used for many years as a steam coffee peeler and warehouse. In 1968, the building was converted into an office building that housed, among other things, the Rotterdam door-to-door newspaper 'De Havenloods'. The various renovations resulted in an incoherent appearance, something that was tackled during the transformation, resulting in a stylish building with both old elements and modern comfort.
Here 102 furnished units will be created Short Stay (3 to a maximum of 6 months ). The units vary in size from 45m2 to 100m2.
The transformation into apartments has been carried out with taste and style. Characteristic elements of the building have been retained. In the new apartment complex, modern architecture and interior meet the characteristic elements.
Joint authentic entrance with doorbells and elevators. 13 units have been created on the ground floor and the 5th floor. 19 units have been created on the 2 nd / 3 rd and 4 th floors. All units are delivered fully furnished and have a laminate floor, open kitchen and new bathroom. Bicycle storage available.
An update on the progress of the transformation will take place regularly through new photos.
Viewings are possible from the end of June 2023
Registration via our website is already possible from now on.
This information has been compiled by us with due care. However, on our part, no liability is accepted for any incompleteness, inaccuracy or otherwise, or the consequences thereof. All specified sizes and surfaces are indicative.