The Central Government Real Estate Agency uses property to help achieve the aims of the Dutch government. We manage a well-balanced property portfolio that satisfies the requirements of users. The composition of the portfolio ensures that we can always meet central government’s constantly changing property requirements. We do this by acquiring new properties, by selling superfluous properties and by maintaining the properties under our management.
Properties for sale
The Dutch government has 953 properties that it plans to sell off by 2020. Of these, about 250 consist of real estate; the rest are plots of land varying in size and designated usage. Most of the real estate properties will require redevelopment. To accomplish its sales objectives, the Central Government Real Estate Agency is pursuing a sales strategy that invites cooperation with the real estate market. Our strategy is based on three core values: public, competitive and transparent.
Real estate transactions
Our property portfolio consists of over 12 million square meters, with
almost 4 million square meters being office space. We buy, sell or renegotiate an average of 200,000 square meters annually. To ensure successful transactions we keep close track of the real estate market and urban trends. We also check that the rates we pay to lease offices are in line with market rates. The Central Government Real Estate Agency leases 1.12 million square meters of office space on the Dutch and international real estate market.
Central Government Real Estate Agency (Rijksvastgoedbedrijf)
P.O. Box 16700, 2500 BS The Hague
Korte Voorhout 7, 2511 CW The Hague
Phone: +31 (0)88 115 80 12