The former ministry is a remarkable listed monument. It is being renovated for the new Plesmanduin and transformed into a high-quality residential complex with owner-occupied properties for the upmarket segment. There will also be starter homes for young professionals and apartments for expats, as well as space for offices.

This is exceptional living in The Hague: the Plesmanduin Monument. History and contemporary living converge in one of the greenest and most beautiful residential environments in The Hague. Where active people of all ages and family types live and enjoy life. With respect for nature and a passion for culture.

Perfect location

The Plesmanduin Monument is in the perfect location: between countryside and city. The beach is just 10 minutes away by bicycle or public transport and you can reach the centre of The Hague in under 15 minutes. The immediate environment is also stunning: the Plesmanduin Monument is in the heart of the green Duttendel district.

“History and contemporary living converge in one of the most beautiful residential environments in The Hague”

Diverse range

The Plesmanduin Monument is a building with a rich history: the former KLM head office and former Ministry. The listed monument is now being completely renovated and transformed into a high quality complex with sophisticated homes for the upmarket segment. Authentic details and high ceilings: all homes in the Plesmanduin Monument have unique features. Together these form a diverse and high-quality range of properties.

The listed building contains:

62 owner-occupied properties

(13 two-floor townhouses, 41 one-floor apartments, 3 penthouses and 5 lofts)

31 private rental properties

65 starter homes

The Plesmanduin Monument is being transformed into a multi-functional environment in which living, working and leisure go hand in hand. The setting is unique; the Monument is located in the heart of a green environment; an oasis of tranquility.

New-builds also available

The transformation of the Plesmanduin Monument also includes new-builds. The Saxofoon, the white building dating back to the 1980s, is being demolished. 3 stunning apartment complexes will be constructed on this plot. The new-build has been designed with respect for the contours of the existing environment.

Underground parking

Plesmanduin Monument residents can obtain a parking space in one of the 2 underground multi-storey car parks. There are also parking spaces for residents and visitors at ground level. Residents can also easily park their bicycles in the spacious communal bike shed.

Sustainable building

Impact Vastgoed aims to transform Plesmanduin Monument in the most sustainable way possible. The building will be connected to an Aquifer thermal energy storage system (ATES) and the homes will be equipped with energy-efficient underfloor heating and cooling.