Contact

For additional information about rental conditions please contact:

Cushman & Wakefield VOF
contact person: Kick Rademakers

Gustav Mahlerlaan 362-364
1082 ME, Amsterdam

 

T:+31 (0) 20 800 2000

E: info@beingdevelopment.nl

cushmanwakefield.nl/

 

 

 

Being Development

contactpersoon: Jurriaan van Agthoven

Ridderspoorweg 115

1032 LL Amsterdam

 

T: +31 (0)20 820 2181

E: info@beingdevelopment.nl

 

 

beingdevelopment.nl

 

 

 

Being Development

contact person: Jurriaan van Agthoven

Ridderspoorweg 115

1032 LL Amsterdam

 

T: +31 20 82 02 181

E: info@beingdevelopment.nl

 

 

beingdevelopment.com

 

Visiting adresss The Joan I+II

Joan Muyskenweg 28-32

1114 AN Amsterdam
 

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The Building

The Joan 1+2: A new destination in Werkstad Overamstel. Situated along the busy A10 and the quiet
Joandwarsstraat, next to G-Star.

The Joan is a new destination to relax, create and achieve. The two buildings are located on the Joan Muyskenweg and Joandwarstraat, next to Bouwmaat XL and opposite the G-Star. The Joan I is a modern and highly sustainable office and multi-tenant building with a main entrance at the restaurant and two additional entrances for different users. 

 

Concept of the southern façade of The Joan I 

THE JOAN I:


 

  • A modern and highly sustainable building with lots of natural light and greenery
     

  • Relax, create and achieve on approximately 24,000 m2 NIA
     

  • Multifunctional and creative ground floor
     

  • Partitionable floor areas
     

  • Makers can make their dreams come true
     

  • Traditional crafts and innovative technologies inspire each other
     

  • Events by and for the companies - The Joan is not just a place to work

  • Relax and enjoy yourself in the café-restaurant - space for a contemporary hospitality concept
     

  • The Joan I: a mix of versatile functions
     

  • A creative and business-like environment
     

  • Choose the layout that fits your organization

 

Concept view of the northern facade The Joan II

Concept view of the southern facade The Joan II

THE JOAN II:
 

An efficient and stylish car park   


 

​​Opposite The Joan I, an efficient car park with 247 parking spaces will be realized

The Joan II: an efficient and stylish car park with an excellent connection to the public areas and in the same architectural style as The Joan I.

 

Concept view of the eastern facade The Joan I + II

Key features of
The Joan I+II

LFA The Joan I:

approx. 24,000 m2


Number of parking spaces:

247


Sustainability ambition:   

BREEAM Excellent


Levels of finish:

Shell-plus / Turnkey


Number of floors Joan I:

8
 

Number of floors Joan II:

3
Expected delivery:

Q3 2021
 

Scheduled start of construction:

Q1 2020

 

Concept floor plans

Concept floor layout  The Joan I floor 1

Concept floor layout  The Joan I floor 1

Concept floor layout  The Joan I floor 4 with outdoor area

Concept floor layout  The Joan I

THE JOAN II:
 

An efficient and stylish car park   


 

​​Opposite The Joan I, an efficient car park with 247 parking spaces will be realized

The Joan II: an efficient and stylish car park with an excellent connection to the public areas and in the same architectural style as The Joan I.

 

Sustainability and Health

 

A healthy indoor climate 


A high level of creativity, productivity, and job satisfaction


In addition to sustainability, there is more and more focus on the effects buildings have on the health and well-being of people. A healthy work environment stimulates creativity, increases productivity, and offers more job satisfaction. That is why The Joan will have high ceilings, lots of natural light coming in, and plenty of greenery.


A sustainable and climate-adaptive building


BREEAM certified as a benchmark to be ready for the future


The Joan strives to become a BREEAM Excellent certified building. BREEAM is an assessment method to measure the level of sustainability of buildings. During the design process, measures were taken to make the building even more future-proof, such as the collection and reuse of rainwater, the use of sustainable and durable building materials, and energy-saving technologies.

"The Joan opens the dialogue between working, meeting, and creative interaction"