Modern offices surrounded by a diversity of facilities
In 2014 OVG Investments purchased this building from Hanseatische Immobilienfonds Holland XXIII, a private property fund. The building is situated in one of most appealing office locations in The Netherlands: the Zuidas in Amsterdam.
The Southaxis is the most prestigious business district of the Netherlands and houses many high profile tenants. The Southaxis is located along the south side of the A10 ring road. It benefits from direct access to Schiphol International Airport from the Amsterdam Zuid railway station. The area offers excellent accessibility both by car and public transport; all cities within the Randstad conurbation can be reached within one hour.
The Southaxis is characterised by high-quality, modern office accommodation, surrounded by a diversity of facilities including hotels, restaurants, bars and retail. The area also includes high-quality residential space with several new plans currently in development.
The area is an established business location, successfully attracting key tenants in the area including many high-profile occupiers. The dominating presence of the World Trade Center and the global corporate headquarters of ABN AMRO bank is complemented by several international law firms, financial institutions and reputable professional service providers.
Amsterdam is the largest city in the Netherlands, with over 800,000 inhabitants in the city itself and over 1,100,000 in its agglomeration.
The city is highly attractive to corporate occupiers, due to benefits such as a large educated workforce, close proximity to Schiphol International Airport, the strong economic climate and lively cultural scene. These aspects contribute to Amsterdam’s position as one of Europe’s leading business centres, attracting many multinationals to position their European headquarters in Amsterdam.
The city offers a variety of office locations, with traditional and small-scale property in the inner city districts and large-scale office clusters, mostly situated along the A10 motorway ring road.
The Southaxis area, alongside the Amsterdam-South railway station, forms the city’s central business district. The southeast core area around the Bijlmer-Arena railway station has recently emerged as Amsterdam’s second business hub, due to its excellent connectivity and availability of facilities.