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Boelens de Gruyter owner of the Fashion House

Tuesday 4 October 2016

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Project developer expands portfolio in the Amsterdam Fashion District Project development Boelens de Gruyter is from today the owner of the office building at the Queen Wilhelmina Square 8 in Amsterdam West. The robust Project Boelens de Gruyter is from today the owner of the office building at the Queen Wilhelmina Square 8 in Amsterdam West. The robust building is a familiar landmark in the so-called Fashion District in Amsterdam and is taken from Merin.

Project developer expands portfolio in the Amsterdam Fashion District 

From today, Boelens de Gruyter is the project owner of the office building at the Koningin Wilhelminaplein 8 in Amsterdam West. The robust building is a familiar landmark in the so-called Fashion District in Amsterdam and is taken from Merin.

With the purchase of this property Boelens de Gruyter extends the Amsterdam real estate portfolio in the Amsterdam Fashion District. Director Maarten de Gruyter: 'In addition to the recent acquisition of the Môdrome we underline our high expectations for this activity in this area. "

The transaction does not change anything for the users of the building.

The Fashion House

The office building has nineteen tenants who, on a net area of ​​7,500 square meters, are mainly engaged in the fashion industry. The building is modern and stylish and the top floor was recently renovated. The building is conveniently located one block from the World Fashion Centre, the A10 and the Lelylaan Station.

Maarten de Gruyter: 'This building fits perfectly with our ambitions in this part of Amsterdam. The convenient location and the various opportunities it offers, this for us made a special opportunity and we are pleased that we have successfully realized the purchase. 'Boelens de Gruyter was advised in the purchase process by HMK notaries.

For questions, photos of high resolution pictures and interview requests please contact Michiel Stroink (0621800054): michiel@boelensdegruyter.nl.

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