Kroonenberg Groep buys nationally listed building in Amsterdam
Kroonenberg Groep has bought the former Amsterdam offices of Van Lanschot in the Museumkwartier district. This nationally listed building, built in 1914, has a floor area of approximately 3,000 m2 and its own car park on site. The building is located at the corner of the Concertgebouwplein and De Lairessestraat. Kroonenberg Groep plans to renovate the building.
The Amsterdam offices of Van Lanschot moved to the E tower of the World Trade Center in Amsterdam last year, where its subsidiary, Kempen & Co, also has its offices. Van Lanschot is the oldest independent bank in the Netherlands. Van Lanschot’s services are geared particularly to wealthy private individuals, managing directors and major shareholders and their businesses, and institutional investors.
Kroonenberg Groep develops and invests in property. The company owns the The Bank building and the Groot Gelderlandplein shopping centre in Amsterdam, among other projects.
Loyens & Loeff assisted in the sale. Kroonenberg Groep was assisted by CBRE and the legal firm Houthoff Buruma. Van Lanschot was advised on the sale by DTZ Zadelhoff.