The Prinsenhof office complex received official WTC status in 2012, and its owner, Bouwinvest, then asked SENS to bring it up to the required ‘WTC quality level’.
The Beatrix Quarter used to be a largely business district with few amenities and little sign of life. A lot has changed with the roll-out of SENS’s plan in close consultation with the users. The WTC and the entire area around it now ooze a sense of dynamism. The lobby, for example, has become more like a busy city square with lots of greenery, a Coffee Company, an Albert Heijn To Go, a brasserie and a noodle bar. Take the escalator and you will find the gym and an art gallery. The conference centre has now also been greatly expanded so that the organisers of international congresses are now also opting for the World Trade Centre in The Hague.
Time is more valuable than ever and the WTC cleverly anticipates that. Work, meetings, conferences, eating, shopping, drinks and a visit to the gym: they are all now possible without leaving the WTC. Everything you need as a professional is here under one roof. The result is a vibrant and high-quality building that also provides a tremendous boost for the quality of life in the immediate vicinity.