Real estate advisor Colliers International will move to The Olympic Amsterdam in the fourth quarter of this year. Bouwinvest renovates the former Citroën buildings 1931 and 1962 at this iconic location in the city where sports, business and innovation come together.
Colliers moves to Building 1962. 120 people will be working at the new head office. During the renovation, the original industrial features of the building have been preserved. The innovative workplace concept and the new interior emphasize the openness and liveliness of the office. The rooftop terrace offers an impressive view of the Olympic Stadium and the surrounding district. Restaurants, hotels and sports facilities are located in the vicinity of the property.
Owner Bouwinvest and Colliers join forces to create a unique programming of events and expert sessions that creates added value for the community of Building 1962.
Dirk Bakker, CEO Colliers Netherlands: "I am extremely pleased with this spectacular location. With this new office, Colliers takes a further step towards a new future. The former Citroën garage is an iconic and historic building and is being transformed by Bouwinvest into a modern and inspiring workplace. We are proud that our employees will be able to work here. "
Bas Jochims, Director Dutch Office & Hotel Investments: "The arrival of Colliers to The Olympic Amsterdam is a great addition to the diversity and dynamism of the area in general and of Building 1962 in particular, where Under Armour, restaurant NENI , Parcom Capital and Deloitte Digital already signed a lease agreement."