Former Patent Office
Willem Witsenplein 6
in The Hague


Object information

Willem Witsenplein 6, 2596 BK The Hague
Current use:
office building
Designated use:
usage Office 1 and Office 2
Surface (GFA):
approx. 14,037 m²
Size of plot:
approx. 0.53.58 ha
Year of construction:
approx. 1933

Former Patent Office in The Hague

The property is near the city centre, in a prime location in the popular residential district of Benoordenhout. This is a characteristic and spacious corner property with the possibility of conversion to a residential property. The building has around 34 parking spaces as well as a large bicycle parking facility.

Property and cadastral information
The office building was built around 1933 to a design by Johan G. Robbers of the (former) Government Buildings Agency and it consists of five storeys and a basement. The building is a large-scale corner building, and its main entrance is located on Willem Witsenplein. The building has around 34 parking spaces as well as a large bicycle parking facility. The total gross floor area is approximately 14,037m². The object is included on the municipal land registry of the City of The Hague X, section X number 2753, area 00.53.58 ha.

The building is located in the popular residential area of Benoordenhout. At the front, the building overlooks the Haagse Bos woodland area, from which it is separated by a main road, the Benoordenhoutse weg, a main route to Wassenaar (A44) and the centre of The Hague. The building itself is not a protected monument, but it is located within a conservation area. In the vicinity of the building there are various facilities (restaurants, cafes, shops, etc.), especially in Van Hoytemastraat. Both the state of repair and locality can be rated as very good.

Procedure status

  •  Publication
  •  Request bid book
  •  Selection phase
  •  Bidding phase
  •  Awarding
  •  Agreement
  •  Transfer (current state)


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