Bitterstraat 3-9, better known as the Miami Building, has the allure of the roaring twenties with an interesting neo deco façade. The lay-out of the building allows for the renting of individual units, some of which can be combined. The interior is modern and functional, with an abundance of natural light flowing into the space through the many windows.
Bitterstraat 3 is with 231 m2 the largest unit in the building and covers over half of the ground floor. The wide open space features a small reception area as you enter through the glass doors. The open workspace could be laid out differently by installing separation walls. In the back there is some storage, two restrooms and a kitchenette area.
To create a larger work environment, consider combining unit 3 with vacant units 7, 7A and 9B (all on the floor above).
Bitterstraat 3-9 is a promising residence for organizations with diverse characters to come together in this modern networking environment.
The centered hall is the entrance to offices on both sides of the staircase and elevator. Units of varying dimensions are distributed along high ceilinged hallways. On the second floor, the larger street units have access to the balconies. The third floor holds storage rooms for each of the tenants and the entrance to the roof terrace.