Sabern leases office space in The Hague Central Business District
Union Investment Real Estate GmbH and Sabern (provider of marketing software) have signed a long-term lease contract for office space in The Hague. The agreement concerns approximately 510 sq m and accompanying parking places in De Haagsche Zwaan building (Schenkkade). Deloitte, NACO, Aptitude Health, The Office Operators, FNLI, Q8 and Cerner Nederland are also located here. Approximately 1,400 sq m is still available for rent in the building.
De Haagsche Zwaan is a landmark that stands out from a great distance. It's one of the most iconic buildings in The Hague thanks to the modern high-grade steel and glass architecture and the special geometry. With a floor area of 1,000 sq m per floor, there is room for future tenants to custom their own layout. Union Investment has acquired De Haagsche Zwaan in 2010 for its open-ended real estate funds UniImmo: Europa.
We attract talent from all over the world and we want to offer our employees and customers a continuous experience. This new head office fits well with our ambition and will help us to position our marketing platform and the launch of our brand Brandifyer even better.
Sabern was advised by De Aanhuurmakelaar. CBRE acted on behalf of Union Investment Real Estate GmbH in this transaction, in cooperation with DTZ Zadelhoff.
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