The building at the Basisweg in Amsterdam is strategically located. It has good access to both public transport and road infrastructure. Besides that, the building has a range of big companies and organisations as neighbours.
The building is located in an important and easily accessible office area where several companies and organisations are located: GAK, UWV, Reed Elsevier, BPF Bouwinvest, Tax Office Amsterdam, Municipal Transport Company, Deloitte & Touche and many others.
The office complex consists of eight interlinked towers of six floors, a conference centre with a large canteen and a very large secure car park. The building houses APG headquarters, which manages the pension assets of around 4,5 million Dutch citizens. A unique aspect of the Basisweg is the 7,000 sqm of connected floors.
The Basisweg is known for its 7,000 sqm of connected floor space and its accessibility
The property is easily accessible by both public transport and by car. The Sloterdijk Station is within walking distance and the road infrastructure provides direct connections with the A10 (ring road Amsterdam), the A1 (Amersfoort), A2 (Utrecht) and the A4 (Den Haag).
Amsterdam Sloterdijk precinct has long been an unknown industrial zone within the Dutch capital. After the crisis, the tide has changed for this area and the Sloterdijk district has turned into a dynamic urban area. Thanks to the focus of the municipality of Amsterdam, this district is continuously in development increasing the number of available facilities.
It is a strategic location for offices as it has excellent accessibility by road, rail and water, as well as via Schiphol International Airport. Both the airport and Amsterdam Central Station can be reached within minutes. Amsterdam Sloterdijk is now home to a great number of international organizations.