Development

Project details

Project scope
approx. 6,000 m² gfa (restoration + new construction)
Architect
Kentie & Partners
Status
Delivered 2011, sold 2018
Role Aedes
Development and investment

Burgerziekenhuis

Built in 1891, the Burgerziekenhuis is a former hospital that is located on Linnaeusstraat near the Oosterpark, in Amsterdam. The building was designed by Van Gendt, an architect also known for designing the Concertgebouw. The building is characterised by high ceilings, high windows, an amazing, authentic stairwell. Behind the building there is a peaceful city garden, which was part of the former hospital. Johan Cruijff was born in the building in 1947.

After the hospital closed in the 1980s, the building was renovated and until early 2009, served as an office building with desk facilities for the Oost-Watergraafsmeer district authority. Aedes Real Estate purchased the building in 2006, renovations commenced in 2009 and lasted until 2011. The monumental main building has been fully restored, and the ‘wing’ (established in 1970) has been demolished and replaced by a more fitting new construction.

The building has been given a new designated use: a four star hotel with 125 rooms, currently operating under the name ‘The Manor’. The hotel consists of a bar, an Italian restaurant ‘Enoteca’, a wedding room, conference rooms and beautiful terrace with a garden view.

Former hospital built in 1891 transformed into a hotel

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Durgerdam

On a dike in Durgerdam overlooking the Markermeer, we are developing two buildings into a boutique hotel.

Amstel 111

Six buildings between three inner-city canals, Amstel, Nieuwe Prinsengracht and the Onbekendegracht, are being converted into a new hotel concept.

Aedes cooperates with, among others: