NDSM Pontkade: living on the banks of the IJ in Amsterdam Noord. Only a few houses availableSeptember 9th 2019
The area was once used as a shipyard, now a new and vibrant part of the city is being built on the NDSM Werf in Amsterdam Noord. At the heart of this, practically on the water, is the new building project NDSM Pontkade. This robust building will have around 250 homes. There are still a few city houses and an apartment available.
NDSM Pontkade, Amsterdam Noord: only a few houses available
It concerns three two-layer city houses and an apartment with a private terrace. The living areas vary from 109 to 113 square meters. Special are the three-meter high ceilings and windows. They provide a lot of daylight, perception of space and 'contact' with the outside. You will get even more outdoor feeling in the large central courtyard, which is exclusively for residents. But you are of course really outside when you walk from the building to the quay, from where you look out over the IJ. The purchase prices of the still available houses vary from 567,153 to 674,153 euros (von). This includes kitchen and bathroom, and does not include a leasehold lease and parking space.
Want to know more about the properties?
Do you want to know more about the available properties. Then look on the project site or in the home locator:
Raw appearance NDSM Pontkade
Special about NDSM Pontkade is the raw appearance of the building. That look fits the environment, where the atmosphere of the former shipyard still hangs. Also very fitting: if you have a sloop, you can moor it in the adjacent Amsterdam Marina. Mooring places can be rented there. On the ground floor of the building there is space for shops, creative companies and the hospitality industry. Construction is in full swing. If everything goes according to plan, you can live here from the third quarter of 2020.
Living in Amsterdam Noord, close to cultural hotspots
NDSM Pontkade is rising on the waterfront in the heart of the NDSM Werf, close to cultural hotspots such as the A'DAM Tower, EYE film museum and De Tolhuistuin. The city center is also not far away. With the bike (and the ferry) or the car you can easily reach the center of Amsterdam.