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The Artesia

Imagine a triptych of 17th century properties, situated on Amsterdam’s most prestigious canal – the Herengracht has been THE place for aristocracy, wealthy merchants and the most influential regents and mayors since the Golden Age – including the accompanying buildings such as the original coach house on the adjacent Reguliersdwarsstraat and the triple-sized garden, enclosed by these historic buildings.

Then imagine that this project’s centre property, including its monumental, almost 49 ft wide façade, has been completely renovated and rebuilt in the 1960s to extend it to nearly twice its size at the back, in order to house the expansion of the neighbouring Banque de Paris et des Pays-Bas.

The Artesia will house beautiful office buildings, approximately 18 apartments, an underground parking lot and a gorgeous secluded garden. The offices and residences will be connected to a heat and cold storage installation, including 17 groundwater sources at approximately 300 metres deep. These sources provide heating and cooling through the installed heat pumps. Therefore, in the offices, ceiling cooling systems are installed. In addition, the properties and apartments are structurally insulated using panels, insulated flooring and roofing where this is technically possible and fitting for listed buildings. Through these measures, a gasless complex will be realised reflecting energy label A.

At Reguliersdwarsstraat 98 to 106, the 18 apartments and underground parking lot, totaling 2.000m2, will be realized by REB. The delivery is scheduled for the second quarter of 2022.

Investment value: € 30 million
Square meters: 2.000 (ex underground parking lot)