About De Stallen
De Stallen is a unique and historical location on The Ruysdaelkade in Amsterdam; better known as the former Heineken Stables. Until recently, this is where the horses that served the Amsterdam brewery were stabled and cared for. Even if the building's purpose changes in the future, its significance endures to this day.
This is exactly why Zadelhoff acquired the building in 2023. The goal? To transform it into an authentic space with an eye for both the future and the past. On a location where iconic Dutch entrepreneurship has flourished for over a century.
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Space suitable for
1,981 square meters to create, study, work, meet or stay.
De Stallen is not about a quick transformation of real estate. It's about finding the right balance between authentic heritage and future use. That's why Zadelhoff prefers to collaborate with a tenant at an early stage, to create a building that not only fits perfectly but primarily becomes an extension of the business operations.
Whether it's office space, retail or leisure, with 1,981 square meters spread over three floors, there are numerous options. Our team would be happy to tell you more about the possibilities.
A rich history of Amsterdam entrepreneurship.
Source: City Archives | Description: The garage of the Heineken Brouwerij N.V. and the horse stables | Date: February 7, 1989
Source: City Archives | Description: Viewed in a southern direction. On the left the stables of Heineken Brewery and the entrance of Daniël Stalpertstraat. | Date: Unknown
Source: City Archives | Description: The stables of the Heineken Brouwerij. On the right, the entrance of Daniël Stalpertstraat. | Date: May 11, 1971
Source: City Archives | Description: The interior of the stables of the Heineken Brouwerij: a blacksmith shoes the horses | Date: February 8, 1989
Source: City Archives | Description: On the right is Ruysdaelkade. The stables of the Heineken Brouwerij. | Date: May 23, 1977
Source: City Archives | Description: The interior of a Heineken Brouwerij N.V. goods storage. | Date: February 7, 1989