The Beurs van Berlage is a national monument located in the historic centre of Amsterdam. With a total area of 16,000 m2. Where a wide spectrum of different companies hold offices, the most desirable and prestigious congresses, events and exhibitions are organized, two restaurants are located, Meet Berlage facilitates small meetings and there are even two escape rooms, a bicycle shed and a Tony’s Chocolonely super store: the Beurs van Berlage has been the hotspot since 1903 and the Beurs van Berlage is at the top of the market.
In the 1980s, the building already had a social function with concerts, events and exhibitions. The costs for major foundation repair and lagging rents forced the owner to sell Beurs van Berlage in 2008. Four public and private parties bought the real estate and took over the full exploitation. Since 2008, the Beurs van Berlage has been a limited partnership with four equal shareholders: the municipality of Amsterdam, De Key, Amvest and BPD.