Unique opportunity that many people dream of, developing a special monument (a former church from 1880) into a fantastic living / working environment in the heart of Amsterdam.
Because of the GD1 destination, this building has many uses, the large ceiling height, the unique outdoor areas and the huge loft provide many opportunities. After development into a living / working building, approximately 500 m² can be realized, an optimization study by an architect is available for interested parties during the viewing.
The pictures show an impression of an office function with a private living area at the top.
Nen 476 m2 GFA
Nen 373 m2 LFA
Content 2780 m3
Free height ground floor 13.5 meters
The whole building is 22.5 meters deep
The width of the large hall is 10.5 meters
After development 500 m2 GO
The land designated for 'Mixed - 1' is intended for:
living, with due observance of the provisions in Article 6.2.16 and 6.5.6;
offices with counter function;
facilities including additional catering: with the exception of childcare and vending machine halls, and with due observance of the provisions in Articles 6.5.4 and 6.6.3;
For full text, you can do your own research on Ruimtelijkeplannen.nl
This national monument from 1880 is built in Gothic Revival style. Monumental parts are:
- facade and main supporting structure
- organs: choir organ and large organ. The small organ was added later (1927) and can
possibly be removed. This study assumes that the organ case is also included
(blowing technique) may be removed behind the main organ.
- Spaciousness. The perception of space can be designated by conservation of monuments
as determining for the monument. There would be barriers to this
inserting floors or other matters that hinder the perception of space.
Description of the Monument
CHURCH built on the north side of the Bloemgracht in 1880. Building permission was granted on April 22, 1880, and construction was completed on December 17th. The client was the Building Committee of the Christian Reformed Church. Despite its very late year of construction, the architectural style of the church is considered to be Willem II Gothic. In its main shapes and main decoration and ornamentation, the façade shows important similarities with the façade of the Our Lady church built on the Keizersgracht 220 (St. Alfonsius der Redemptoristen) by the architect Th. Molkenboer. Currently used by the Restored Apostolic Missionary Church.
You can read the full text yourself at monumenten.nl
Sales will be made on an "as is where is" basis, the age, asbestos and non-residential clause will be included in the deed.
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