'De Diamant' will see the realization of three lofts ranging in size from ca. 78 - 95 sqm with outdoor spaces. The upper level properties will feature triple-aspect windows, with a unique unobstructed view of Madelievenplein square. This impressive building, once serving as a diamond-cutting factory, has been completely redeveloped and will be conveyed turn-key in June.
Van Kodde Architecten was responsible for the design of the properties: contemporary, but carefully preserving the original elements. The interior design by Diana van den Boomen implements luxury materials and stunning color combinations. The robust ground-floor loft, spanning an amazing 330sqm, has already been sold.
Living room, dining room
Floor area ca. 79 sqm
Balcony 5 sqm
Direct, private elevator entry
Wooden flooring (herringbone, Pacific Walnut)
Energy label A
Designer kitchen/lounge with fitted appliances
Bathroom with handmade custom cabinets
Storage closet on the ground floor
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De Diamant is located in a quiet haven in Amsterdam's historic inner city, on a tranquil square. A mere 150 meters from the hustle and bustle of Jordaan district. Explore the cafés and restaurants on Tweede Tuindwarsstraat. Or find the very best in organic and local produce at the farmer's market at the foot of Noorderkerk church, and enjoy the vibrant colors, aromas and flavors as people have been doing at this very spot since the 17th century. Boutiques, creative workspaces, sports clubs and yoga studios: everything is within walking distance. Public transportation connectivity to De Diamant is excellent via Central Station and trams 3, 5, bus 18 and 21.
Diamond-cutting factory ‘Elise’ was founded in 1880. At that time, there was such an abundance of rough diamonds that diamond-cutting factories were established to process the diamonds. The director (originally an engraver) rented the mills to diamond cutters. The factory is thought to have been named for Elisabeth, the director's wife. By the late 19th century, the diamond sector was among Amsterdam's largest industries. The building itself was somewhat inspired by the Neo-Renaissance architectural style with industrial characteristics.
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