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Oostenburg Island is changing into an exciting, water-rich neighbourhood with a wide range of buildings and amenities. It is already a popular hangout among locals thanks to cafés and restaurants such as Roest and Rosa & Rita. For years, surprising initiatives and exciting new concepts attracted curious visitors to the historic Van Gendthallen, a former rail equipment factory, on Oostenburg Island. And the national newspapers De Volkskrant, Trouw, and Het Parool used to have their editorial headquarters in the INIT multi-tenant business complex on the island.
The construction of the four-star Inntel Hotels Landmark Amsterdam has provided a significant boost for development. This small piece of the city centre is being transformed into a quintessential Amsterdam neighbourhood: full of contrast – lively, and bold. The Van Gendthallen, Roest and the railway works are being renovated and will be repurposed. Oostenburg, a unique spot in the centre of Amsterdam where past and future meet!
There is parking in the nearby, yet-to-be-built car park that will be operated by Q-park. You can buy an exclusive unlimited resident season ticket at Q-park or rent a shared parking space. For visitors, there is limited public paid parking in the street, intended solely for short periods.