in The Hague
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Current use: Office
Designated use: Offices
Surface (GFA): approx. 40,000 m²
Size of plot: 02.76.66 ha
Remarkable redevelopment opportunity on the edge of Scheveningen.
At a prime location, the Central Government Real Estate Agency can now offer the former KLM office at Plesmanweg 1-6 in The Hague for sale.
This remarkable location is a truly unique redevelopment opportunity.
It is unique as a result of its free-standing central position on the crossroads between Plesmanweg and Badhuisweg, opposite Madurodam. It is surrounded by water and greenery, yet close to the centre of The Hague and major access roads. The location also has very good access by public transport. The property includes an approach road and a gross floor area of approximately 40,000 m². The plot measures approximately 27,666 m² with around 400 m² of on-site parking.
The sale will proceed on the basis of a public tender procedure with a pre-selection phase. The selected parties will be invited to submit a bid. The state allows for conditional bids to be submitted, but will only accept conditions concerning the acquisition of financing and/or spatial planning aspects in relation to the property.
• Start of sale process: 17 November 2016
• Submission of documents for selection phase 20 January 2017, 11.00
• Start of bidding process: 1 February 2017
• Close of registrations: 13 April 2017, 11.00
Viewings for this property are by invitation only. Since the building is currently in use, viewing days will be announced by the Ministry of Infrastructure at a later point in time.
The complex will be delivered empty and free of sitting tenants.
A more detailed description of the sale procedure and the terms and conditions that are applicable can be found in the bid book. You can order a copy of the bid book for €75.
Designated usage(s) in the local land use plan
For current information on the local land use plan, please refer to the City of The Hague or the www.ruimtelijkeplannen.nl website.
The City of The Hague is currently working on a future development vision for this location. It is expected that the municipality will make formal proposals at the end of 2016 in the form of a Programme of Requirements.
The older section of the building, which has been designated an official national monument, was designed by D. Roosenburg in collaboration with P. Verhave and J.G.E. Luyt. The first section was built in 1940, while the rest of the building was completed after World War II.
In 1987, the building was extended with a new wing (called ‘Saxophone’). This section was designed by C. van der Hoeven and K.J.M. Rosdorff.
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