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Keienbergweg 30 - 32 1101GB Amsterdam

Rental price excluding VAT € 100 per sqm per year


The commercial space located at Keienbergweg 30-32 will be available from 1 July 2021 (or earlier in consultation). The building is approx. 2,400 sqm, consisting of approx. 1,400 sqm of industrial space and approx. 1,000 sqm of office space. The industrial space could be enlarged to approx. 1,600 sqm with an office space of approx. 800 sqm.

The building is located on the Trade Park South East (TPZO) business park in Amsterdam. TPZO is located within the Amsterdam ring road, near the exit of the A2. The total area of ​​the business park is over 33,000 sqm (74% industrial space) and there are almost 300 parking spaces on site. The complex comprises 63 units ranging from 300 sqm to 3,000 sqm. The units all have their own parking spaces, entrance, overhead door and heater (s).

The location is good because it is next to the A2 and close to the A1, A9 and A10.

The building is easily accessible by public transport. TPZO is located within walking distance of the metro, train or bus station Bijlmer ArenA with a direct connection to Schiphol, Amsterdam Central Station, Utrecht, Almere and Amersfoort.

approx. 1,400 sqm of warehouse space and 1,000 sqm of office space

Potential situation:
It is possible to increase the business space. The ratio of commercial and office space would then be as follows:
approximately 1,600 sqm of warehouse space and 800 sqm of office space

18 parking spaces directly in front of the building
300 parking spaces at Trade Park South East

The object will be delivered including:

Business space:
Lighting fixtures
2 Overhead doors
Free height is approximately 7 meters
Maximum floor load in the warehouse of approximately 2,000 kg / sqm

Office space:
Cable trays
Lighting fixtures
Suspended ceilings
4 x Toilet group

100.- per sqm per year.
Rental prices are to be increased with VAT.

5.- per sqm l.f.a. per year, to be increased with VAT as a deductible advance.

The delivery of the following items and services is provided by or on behalf of the Lessor:
- Annual inspection and control of heating installation and heater;
- Annual inspection and control of overhead doors;
- Annual inspection of fire hose reel;
- Inspection and control of roof covering;
- Periodic site and green maintenance;
- Sewer cleaning of joint gullies and pipes;
- Pest control;
- Periodic window cleaning outside and overhead doors (3x annually);
- Facade cleaning (3x annually);
- Maintenance of outdoor lighting;
- Maintenance of signage;
- Terrain lighting;
- 5% administration costs on the costs charged for the delivery of goods and services.

Available from July 1, 2021 (earlier in consultation) until November 30, 2022.

Rent and VAT per quarter or month in advance.
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Type of property
Commercial space
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction

Surface Area and Volume

Surface area business space
2.400 m²
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Keienbergweg 30 - 32 1101GB Amsterdam

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