Welcome to Pand Noord, where The Collection rolls out the red carpet for creative minds. Located just across the IJ water from Amsterdam Centraal Station, Pand Noord was originally built in 1917 as a warehouse, undergoing substantial expansion in 2006 with the addition of a second building to the rear. This occasion marked the prime time of former anchor tenant A-Film, one of the largest Dutch film distributors that ever came to be and has handled international smashes such as The Lord of the Rings and home-grown successes including Zwartboek (Black Book) This transformation produced the Pand Noord we see today, with a traditional brick front giving way to an impressive complex whose turquoise tones reference the waters of the port.
Conducive to connectivity and growth, Pand Noord has earned a stellar reputation as a creative hub, offering an inspiring workplace that goes beyond mere work. It is home to more than 40 predominantly creative companies. The building’s extensive facilities include a reception area, cinema, catering services, gym, meeting rooms and shared spaces for collaborating. Friendly rivalries can be resolved on the ping pong table, and there’s a large south-facing balcony for meetings with added Vitamin D. Pand Noord is a place where body and mind can flourish to dazzling effect.
Pand Noord comprises 7,800 square metres of light and modern workspace, plus an indoor parking garage. The building is situated in a diverse and newly reinvigorated neighbourhood with plenty of good restaurants and cafés nearby. Pand Noord is conveniently accessible by car, as well as by public transport, with Metro (North-South-line) and bus stops on its doorstep. The journey from Amsterdam Centraal station to Pand Noord takes less than ten minutes, and those who prefer to cycle can take bridge 902 to IJplein, which connects directly to Pand Noord.
A creative hub conducive to connectivity and growth