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Project specifications
  • Floor area 13.000 m²
  • Function: mix of functions
  • Start of construction: to be determined
  • Completion: to be determined
  • Location: Oostenburgervoorstraat 181, Amsterdam
Van Gendthallen, Amsterdam

A dilapidated listed building with an impressive industrial past sits on a site of around 13,000 m² in the heart of Amsterdam. Following earlier planning processes by several owners, the initiative was taken up again in 2018 to give these unique industrial units a new mix of functions. On behalf of the owner, Peak Development is overseeing the development and project management for this large-scale restoration and conversion.

The Van Gendthallen, the oldest part of which dates from 1895, consists of five linked industrial units, each with its own character. The building has accommodated heavy industry; amongst other things, marine engines and steam locomotives were manufactured here. An important starting point is that the history and appearance of the units are retained.

The units' future use will differ from their industrial past. In cooperation with the owner, the plan is to create a rich mix of functions, where work will alternate with catering facilities, and its public character will be designed to create a connection with the existing and new neighbourhood. The plans for the restoration and conversion will be finalized in 2019.

Huidekoperstraat 26 - 28, Amsterdam

A dilapidated listed building with an impressive industrial past sits on a site of around 13,000 m² in the heart of Amsterdam. Following earlier planning processes by several owners, the initiative was taken up again in 2018 to give these unique industrial units a new mix of functions. On behalf of the owner, Peak Development is overseeing the development and project management for this large-scale restoration and conversion.

The Van Gendthallen, the oldest part of which dates from 1895, consists of five linked industrial units, each with its own character. The building has accommodated heavy industry; amongst other things, marine engines and steam locomotives were manufactured here. An important starting point is that the history and appearance of the units are retained.

The units' future use will differ from their industrial past. In cooperation with the owner, the plan is to create a rich mix of functions, where work will alternate with catering facilities, and its public character will be designed to create a connection with the existing and new neighbourhood. The plans for the restoration and conversion will be finalized in 2019.

Project specifications
  • Floor area 13.000 m²
  • Function: mix of functions
  • Start of construction: to be determined
  • Completion: to be determined
  • Location: Oostenburgervoorstraat 181, Amsterdam