FMO leases 1,800 sq. m. in Borneo: building fully let
The Netherlands Development Finance Company (FMO) has signed a long-term lease in the Borneo building, at Anna van Saksenlaan 51 in The Hague. The lease covers 1,800 sq. m. and means that all 5,025 sq. m. in the building are now fully let.
Borneo was built in 2004 and is within walking distance of The Hague’s Laan van NOI station. It forms part of high-quality office cluster De Groene Schenk, a young and dynamic office area, close to the city’s Central Business District and Beatrixkwartier.
The owner of the building – now its former owner – was advised in this transaction by Van Rookhuijzen Vastgoed & Consultancy and CBRE. The tenant FMO received guidance and advice from Nexus Real Estate.
The Borneo building was recently one of twelve office buildings sold to a joint venture involving Dutch company QUAN Investors and the US-British Harbert Management Corporation.
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