Living with grandeur

City House Apartments

Living in the vibrant center of Rotterdam, without the noise and with all the luxury of a city apartment.

The monumental 13-story building, designed in 1955 by Van Tijen and Maaskant, consists of 88 two-room apartments and 33 three-room apartments, aimed at a young, mixed crowd of urban professionals, both local and international.

  • City House Apartments
    City House Apartments
  • City House Apartments, view
    City House Apartments, view
  • City House Apartments, inside
    City House Apartments, inside
  • City House Apartments, inside
    City House Apartments, inside
  • City House Apartments, technical drawing
    City House Apartments, technical drawing
  • City House Apartments, technical drawing
    City House Apartments, technical drawing
  • City House Apartments, balconies
    City House Apartments, balconies

Spacious apartments

Different types available

Types B1 and B2

2-bedroom, 90 sqm.
B1 € 2.375 per quarter, excl. service fee
B2 € 2.755 per quarter, excl. service fee

Types C1 and C2

3-bedroom, 120 sqm.
C1 € 3.025 per quarter, excl. service fee
C2 € 3.455 per quarter, excl. service fee

Types D1 and D2

3-bedroom, 135 sqm.
D1 € 3.460 per quarter, excl. service fee 
D2 € 4.175 per quarter, excl. service fee 

Additional information

When you are interested in one of the apartments, please contact us.

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Meet the architect

Hugh Maaskant

Architect Hugh Maaskant (1907-1977) played a major role in modern Dutch architecture. He designed revolutionary, complex, large-scale buildings with metropolitan allure, like the Groothandelsgebouw, the Euromast and Hilton Rotterdam.


Hugh Maaskant is considered the godfather and forerunner of the generation of Winy Maas (MVRDV), Adriaan Geuze (West 8), Willem Jan Neutelings and Rem Koolhaas.

Famous architect Hugh Maaskant
Famous architect Hugh Maaskant

Natural habitat

The ecosystem.

The apartments are one part of a bigger jigsaw. We bring life not just to the apartments, but also to the communal areas of the building, to the street and to the neighbourhood beyond. It is a building that is filled with life, which spills outside into the neighbourhood.

It doesn’t feel forced or fixed – it is a natural habitat for an open-minded urban resident who appreciates quality of life that comes from being part of a community.

From dawn to midnight

Kruiskade and around

The Kruiskade is located at the heart of the shopping area, just in between Rotterdam’s Central District and the Lijnbaan Quarter, with many restaurants and bars, theatre, cinema, and just a minute walk from Rotterdam’s Central Station. There is life on the street from dawn to midnight.