That the Spaarndammerbuurt in Amsterdam is upcoming, you probably already know.
We offer the following properties on the Spaarndammerstraat, namely numbers 37, 77, 79 and 81.
37-1 - living function - second floor - not rented
37-2A - living function - behind second floor - let
37-2V - living function - in front of second floor - let
37-3 - living function - third floor - rented
37-H - other usable function - first floor - not let
37-V - attic - let
77H - retail function - not let
79 - living function - not let
81-1 - living function - second floor - let
81-2 - living function - second floor - let
81-3 - living function - third floor - rented
81-IV - attic (2x)- let
The Spaarndammerstraat was named after the village of Spaarndam and former municipality on the Noorder Buiten Spaarne by council resolution of November 20, 1878 (redefined in 1909 and 1913).
The street officially begins at Houtmankade, then runs west for a short while before curving northwest to Spaarndammerdijk/Tasmanstraat.
Construction of the first workers' houses started before 1900. In the course of the 20th century, many existing homes made way for newer construction, making the street a mix of homes from different construction periods. Once the face of Spaarndammerstraat was defined by the Parish Church of Saint Mary Magdalene until it was demolished in 1967. Since 2019, the spirit of the "cathedral" has returned thanks to a completely redesigned Domela Nieuwenhuisplantsoen. The location where the church once stood.
Despite the expansions of the Houthavens north of Spaarndammerstraat, the street seems to have retained its vernacular character. It does, however, lag behind a modern shopping street in development and appearance as a result. The necessary supermarket chains and catering establishments have established themselves in this street over the past 10 years. The entire street including the sidewalks are paved. Car traffic can use the street from two directions. On both sides of the street there are bicycle lanes, pedestrian paths and parking areas.