Amsterdam, South Axis ITO

10 sqm to 200 sqm
2 to 20 people
Description: 

This center provides inspiring workplaces, starting from Network Access memberships, virtual offices, meeting rooms and up to flexible workplaces throughout a local, national and global network. Comfort and efficiency is the focus of this center. They supply 5-star material finishing, extremely catchy and performance IT facilities, amenities which simplify your life such as dry-cleaning, shoe repair service, high-level fitness, Good Food restaurant and a great library lounge to name a few.This location offers world-class facilities that will make your life and business easier. It offers ultra high-speed Internet so your work will be more efficient. Find inspiration in the Library lounge, with up to 1Gb Internet. You’ll have access to Follow-Me printing, scanning, faxing and copying, so when you forgot to print your documents, you can get them at the next location in the network that you’re visiting. Come in, have a coffee, open your laptop and start working!

Services: 
24 hour access
Close to public transportation
High Speed ​​Internet Access
Multi-lingual staff
Online conference room booking
Telephone System
Business Lounge
Open-plan offices
Television and video equipment
Hot desks
Staffed reception
In the city center
Post service
Virtual Office
On-site parking
Printing/copying facilities
Alarm system
Cleaning Service
Flexible terms
On-site support staff
Telephone Service
Wireless network
Global network
Meeting rooms
Location: 

The Zuidas (literally South Axis in Dutch) is a rapidly developing business district in the city of Amsterdam in the Netherlands. The Zuidas is also known as the 'Financial Mile'. It lies between the rivers Amstel and Schinkel along the ringway A10. The greatest influences on the development of the Zuidas are La Défense in Paris and Canary Wharf in London. In size, it can best be compared with the Noordruimte/Espace Nord in Brussels.In the future, the railway station, Amsterdam Zuid, in the center of this area will become the second main station of Amsterdam. It is expected to be the 5th busiest passenger station in the Netherlands, with connections to Schiphol Airport, Rotterdam, Antwerp, Brussels, and Paris by high-speed rail, the Thalys. It will also connect to the German high-speed network, the ICE, via Utrecht and Arnhem.The journey from the Zuidas to Amsterdam Airport Schiphol takes approximately 8 minutes. Future development could include an underground line directly to the airport. Another high-speed link has been proposed by a consortium of companies between Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, Amsterdam Zuid and the city of Almere.The Zuidas already has good underground connections to other business areas with the Circle Line. After the completion of the North-South line, the Zuidas will have an even better connection to the city center. The city council is not only investigating expanding the underground network to Amsterdam Airport Schiphol but also upgrading the hybrid metro/light rail line that stops at Amsterdam Zuid.Large multinationals such as ABN-Amro and Akzo Nobel have their headquarters in this new area. The World Trade Center Amsterdam has recently[specify] been renovated and expanded.A large infrastructural axis (the Ring-A10) might be tunneled, transforming the entire area. This would add an estimated €2 billion to the cost of the plan.

Address: 
Gustav Mahlerplein
1082 MA Amsterdam
Netherlands