The crown project The Artesia consists of a triptych of 17th century properties, situated on Amsterdam’s most prestigious canal, the Herengracht. This canal has been the place for aristocracy, wealthy merchants and the most influential regents and mayors since the Golden Age. The accompanying buildings such as the original coach house on the adjacent Reguliersdwarsstraat are also part of the Artesia. Just as the triple-sized garden, designed by eminent Dutch horticulturalist Piet Oudolf, that is enclosed by these historic buildings and offers a breathtakingly beautiful view.

The complete structure behind the striking monumental, nearly 15-metre wide façade of this project’s centre canal house – Herengracht 541 – has been completely renovated and rebuilt in the 1960s to extend to nearly twice its size at the back, to house the expansion of the neighbouring Banque de Paris et des Pays-Bas.

At the Herengracht, the Artesia will include an office building and at the Reguliersdwarsstraat approximately 24 apartments of various sizes, for a select group of proud residents from all corners of the world. These apartments, at the heart of the city, offer a grandeur and complete custom service that only a few dare to dream of. The Artesia will be fitted with underground parking facilities.
The complete project includes the following addresses: Herengracht 539, 541 & 543 and Reguliersdwarsstraat 98, 100 to 104, and 106 in Amsterdam.