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Only 1 townhouse is still available in Dépôt Zuid. An exclusive city townhouse from approx. 390 m2 with an exceptionally high living room and a city garden on the south-west side. Construction work has begun. Dépôt Zuid is expected to be completed in early 2021.

Homes with character

Dépôt Zuid, Frans van Mierisstraat 90–94: a timelessly elegant building with a rich history, located in the heart of Oud-Zuid. Originally designed as an office and warehouse, it was later used to store art while the Rijksmuseum was undergoing renovations. This historic building in Oud-Zuid is being redeveloped into a small-scale, high-end project comprised of 18 residences, including a lift and a parking garage. Construction has begun and most of the apartments have already been sold. A few townhouses are still available in Dépôt Zuid.

The design for Dépôt Zuid ensures maximum daylight in the properties. There are windows spanning the entire breadth of the residences, and the Townhouses feature a floor-to-ceiling glass wall at the rear. The residences in the middle of the block incorporate a light well that connects the living room with the other spaces.

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XL Living


Apartment (sold)

Bright loft apartments of approximately 205 to 230 m2 with distinctive windows.


Penthouse (sold)

2 spacious apartments of 380 m2, with a terrace of approximately 45 m2.


  • The parking garage beneath the building is accessible via a car lift.
  • An optional double parking space (for two cars) is available for sale with Townhouse 1.
  • Each residence has a storage facility.
  • Shared bicycle storage space.

A building with history

Depot Zuid Amsterdam - Historie hirsch gebouw

Distinctive architecture

The Dépôt Zuid building, designed by Jacot & Oldewelt, was built in 1905. Together these architects designed many wonderful shops with overhead apartments along Amsterdam’s most famous shopping streets.

Depot Zuid Amsterdam - Historie

Transport by de Gruijter

The building was designed as a new office and warehouse for de Gruijter & Co Furniture Transport, who were granted Royal purveyor status in 1920, having handled the relocation of King Willem III.

National storage

Since 2004, this building has been used as a depot for the Rijksmuseum. It houses among other things, workshops, a study room and a scientific library with prints, drawings and photographs from the 18th and 19th centuries.

The architect`s vision

The original building was freestanding. Later two extensions were added to connect it to the rest of the development on the street. We will demolish the annexes. By doing so we can create gardens and terraces. Inside large, loft-like apartments will be created. The floorplans are open, with overlapping zones for living, cooking and sleeping.

Everything just around the corner

Living in the museum quarter means that everything is just around the corner. From the most beautiful museums, to the finest restaurants and boutiques.


Construction work has begun. Only 1 townhouse is still available. Are you interested or would you like to make an appointment? Fill in your details here. Broersma Nieuwbouw will contact you to provide more information or to make an appointment.