By car: Approx. 5 minutes to the Highway A10
By public transport: Approx. 6 minutes to the station A’dam South Axes
Approx. 960 m² on the 10th floor
Approx. 954 m² on the 11th floor
Approx. 964 m² on the 12th floor
Excluding allocation of common space (approx. 73m² per floor)
The building Viñoly at the Gustav Mahler Square is part of the Mahler 4 complex on the South Axis in Amsterdam. The tower was the first realized building designed in Europe by the South American architect Rafael Viñoly. The construction of this 95-meter-high office tower consists of a steel frame and a concrete core for stability. Characteristic of the building are the 'notched' lines and the vertical wall profiles in the facade. It is one of the highest buildings on the South Axes, located directly next to the highway A10 to Schiphol. Some larger occupiers in the building are Google, Regus and Boekel.
Parking spaces can be rented directly from Q-Park.
Office space € 350.00 per m² per annum, excl. VAT
€ 55.00 per m² per annum, excl. VAT