Step inside WTC Rotterdam, a world of possibilities.

At WTC Rotterdam, you’ll find everything you’re looking for and more.

WTC Rotterdam is located in the vibrant heart of the Rotterdam metropolis. It is where the national and international business community connects and where you’ll find shops, bars and restaurants, art exhibitions and soon also an in-house city gym. We lease high-quality office spaces, flexible working spaces and high-tech meeting facilities. We also offer a wide range of business services.

The listed historic building is currently undergoing a complete renovation and refurnishing. The result promises to be nothing short of fantastic. Our goal is to function as the hub of the Rotterdam business and cultural communities within a few years.

A few words from our tenants

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Fakton
"Our founder, Wim Rust, inventor of the Spaarhypotheek, always lived and worked in Rotterdam. The Rotterdam mentality fits very well with Fakton. We love to roll up the sleeves, we go for a result-oriented way of working. It is an attitude we encounter a lot at WTC Rotterdam and so this place fits us. Moreover, from the 22nd floor we can literally see how the real estate develops. The beautiful look and dynamics of WTC Rotterdam complete the picture."
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Peter van Bosse Partner Fakton
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PSA Accountans
"The nice thing about WTC Rotterdam is that you have your own office, but at the same time you are constantly among other entrepreneurs. The atmosphere and structure within WTC is very open and accessible. As a result, you can easily make contact, businesses are regularly passed on to each other and you also have the opportunity to make use of each other's expertise. In addition to a service-oriented workplace with a pleasant atmosphere, good accessibility and fast internet, doing business at WTC Rotterdam also ensures that the name recognition of your company increases. Both among fellow entrepreneurs and among potential customers. "
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Perry Asmowidjojo Owner PSA Accountants
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