Former tax building
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Surface (GFA): approx. 8,684 m²
Size of plot: 0.11.50 ha
Year of construction: approx. 1975
Market initiative: Spuiboulevard 220, Dordrecht
The Central Government Real Estate Agency is offering the former Tax and Customs Administration building at Spuiboulevard 220 in Dordrecht for sale as part of its market initiative. You can place a bid on this property whenever this is convenient for you. On receipt of an acceptable initial bid, the Central Government Real Estate Agency will initiate the sales process, whereby other interested parties will also be given the opportunity to submit a bid. The requirements that your bid must meet, and additional information on how to place a bid, can be found in the information pack.
The property is located about 250 metres from the old city centre of Dordrecht on Spuiboulevard, within walking distance of the railway station. The location is also easily accessible by car from the A16. At the rear of the property is a public multi-storey parking facility.
The building dates from 1975 and is situated on the edge of the very centre of Dordrecht. It was designed by RGD architect Frank Sevenhuijsen. The building is clad with precast gravel concrete elements and has aluminium window frames with double glazing. The facade of the upper section is clad with steel sheet piling and has wooden window frames with single glazing.
The right side of the building (viewed from the front facade) is adjoined to a new building, while on the left side there is no adjoining property. At the rear there is a small private parking that adjoins a multi-storey parking facility.
The condition of the building is good, and the property has been well-maintained. No serious structural problems - such as cracks caused by subsidence etc. - have been identified. The existing electrical and water installations date from 1984 and 1994.
The City of Dordrecht aims to promote the redevelopment and conversion of a number of office buildings in the area between the railway station and historic centre and will be receptive to any such plans for conversion. The current designated usage under the local zoning plan means that many usages are possible.
Additionally, the municipality is preparing a detailed plan for the area together with a number of other interested parties. It aims to ensure that this area just outside the old town benefits from a significant upgrade and economic stimulus.
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