The impressive building located at the Linnaeusstraat in Amsterdam is full of history. In 1891 the object was built as the first citizen hospital in Amsterdam. The building has retained this function up until 1991, when it became an office for the municipality. In 2009 the building was given a third function, the function of hotel. Since then, it was extensively renovated and in June 2011 Manor Hotel, providing 125 rooms, was opened for the public.
Commissioned by DEKA Immobilien, a technical due diligence was carried out to support the purchase of the Manor Hotel. Research is done into the architectural and technical installation aspects of the building as well as into the availability of the required certificates with regards to fire safety. Since the building is connected to a thermal energy storage installation, the performance has been checked and the annual measurement results have been held against the requirements of today.
Upon completion of the technical due diligence, a well-organised report was delivered with a valuation of the technical condition of the building and the main concerns for further exploitation.
Reviewing the technical condition of Manor Hotel Amsterdam
Linnaeusstraat in Amsterdam
Technical Due Diligence
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