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The Hague: an Insider’s View

The Hague: office market in transition


In the special research publication "The Hague; an insider's View" the main trends in the office market of The Hague are analyzed and we share our vision on this unique market in transition.

Please visit our Media Centre for our press release, or download the full report. 

Roel Lamb (Director Agency The Hague) and Bas Thijssen (Associate Director The Hague) provide you with an insight in the most striking developments. 

The Hague

WTC Den Haag
Pr. Margrietplantsoen 84
2595 BR Den Haag
+31 (0)70 750 89 00

The Hague


With more than 515,000 inhabitants, The Hague is the third biggest city in the Netherlands. The government, parliament and the ministries are all based here, as well as many embassies and international courts. This gives The Hague a prestigious character, which sets is apart from other Dutch cities.

The The Hague Central Business District consists of two parts. Most of the government bodies are based near the Central Station and in the inner city, while the city's business centre is in Beatrixkwartier, on the other side of the A12 motorway and the railway line. The extensive The Hague region includes Voorburg, Leidschendam and Zoetermeer.


The Hague Office


CBRE has been based at WTC The Hague in Beatrixkwartier since 2008. The location has excellent rail and road access. The team in The Hague is familiar with the special structure of the property market in The Hague, and it has an active network of contacts with government users, international organisations and Dutch business players.

Occupiers and property owners in the region get expert, very clear advice from us about their property needs and are guided throughout the process. This equally applies to accommodation in historic buildings in the inner city and large-scale renovation of existing office buildings. Our enthusiastic team provides the right combination of expertise and commitment in each project.

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The Hague; an Insider’s View