Villa Alsberg 'is the prime location in Amsterdam South on the Museumplein. This 19th century villa office is a national monument in 1904 and designed by Ed Cuypers. Ed Cuypers was the nephew of the famous architect Pierre Cuypers, design several Central Station and the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam.This beautiful stately office villa on the left side of a large greenhouse with side balcony, consists of 5 floors with approximately 1,245 sqm of office and after intensive restoration work transformed into a prestigious office villa. A very high quality project which have been spared no expense. The restoration of this object is guided as much as possible from the original drawings by Cuypers and original photographs from the Amsterdam City Archives. Thus, for the villa over three hundred stained-glass panels reproduced and restored based on original photographs. All original murals during the restoration manually reduced with brushes and stencils. Available floor spaceApproximately 1,245 sqm GFA of office space, divided as follows:Basement approx 280 sqmBasement approx 270 sqm1st floor about 235 sqm2nd floor approximately 235 m²3rd floor approx 225 sqm LocationIn the vicinity several museums are located, namely the Rijksmuseum, the Van Gogh Museum and Stedelijk Museum. These museums attract millions of visitors annually. Also, many professional service providers located in the vicinity. Partly because of its location near the P.C. Hooftstraat there is a wide range of exclusive shops, hotels, restaurants, lunchrooms and other daily commodities. The area is ideal for companies and institutions that are looking for exclusive accommodation. AccessibilityEasily accessible via the Van Baerlestraat for several turns in the ring (A10, S106, S107, S108 and S109). Also easily accessible by public transport through various tram and bus with a stop in the Paulus Potter Street and a stop at the Van Baerlestraat. NS Station Zuid / WTC can be reached by tram in a few minutes.