A townhouse is not an apartment or characteristic 1930s property. It combines the quality of both types of accommodation, with the added bonus of city-centre living. The Gershwin Townhouses in Zuidas together form an ensemble of six architectural objects, each with its own character. Thanks to a large number of options, buyers have been given (and taken) the freedom to customise their properties.
At the front, there is the large communal garden adjoining the private gardens of each townhouse. The gardens have been oriented to enable the evening and afternoon sun to be enjoyed after a long day at school or work. The impressive wooden double doors at the front lead to properties with floor areas of up to around 300 sq. m., spread across three floors and a basement below. The townhouses can also be accessed via the basements directly from the car park.
Each townhouse has two parking spaces in the car park. The façades are clad with white marble and feature window frames fitted with polished stainless steel snap frames. State-of-the-art quality with an elegant look and feel to match. The townhouses have unique floors of up to 4 m in height, exceeding the space in a characteristic Amsterdam canal house.
At a glance
- Completed: 2017
- Start of construction: 2015
- 6 properties
- Architect: Felix Claus Dick van Wageningen Architecten
- Developer: COD
- Commissioned by: G&S Vastgoed
- Contractor: G&S Bouw