New transactions at Zuidas, Amsterdam (NL)

At the Zuidas district in the city of Amsterdam there have been several new transactions in the last few months. Office building Viñoly welcomed three new tenants: Squarewise, Chordiant Software International and Google. Michael Page has signed a 5-year lease in the World Trade Center. In Amsterdam Symphony, Golden Tulip Hospitality is building her first Royal Tulip Hotel. Optiver has signed a lease for 6,500 m² of office space in the Atrium building.

Squarewise and Chordiant Software International have signed leases for 320 m² and 650 m² respectively in office building Viñoly, part of the Mahler4 complex. Squarewise specializes in market-driven knowledge management. Chordiant Software International is a UK-based organization, supplying software solutions for companies worldwide in the business-to-consumer market. Google has signed a lease for 1,068 m² of office space. Google is known as the world's largest search engine. The office in Amsterdam is to be used as sales office.

Michael Page signed a lease for approximately 810 m² in the Podium Kantoren and Tower A in the World Trade Center, on top of the 1,306 m² already signed for. Michael Page International is a UK-based organization, being one of the world's leading specialist recruitment consultancies.

Amsterdam Symphony is currently under construction. The multifunctional project is going to include an apartment building, an office tower, a hotel and a parking facility. Golden Tulip Hospitality B.V. has started building its first Royal Tulip Hotel, comprising 13,000 m². The luxury hotel will have 210 guest rooms, targeting business travellers. The hotel will be opened in 2009.

In the Atrium office building, Optiver has signed a 10-year lease for 6,500 m² as from 1 January 2007. Optiver was founded in Amsterdam and has offices in Amsterdam, Sydney and Chicago. It is active in a broad range of arbitrage activities. Around 160 people are based in the Amsterdam office.

Source: Amsterdam Airport Area

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