Staycity Group will bring its Wilde Aparthotels brand to the Overhoeks borough of Amsterdam-Noord in May 2024.
The 120-apartment property will be part of the 31-storey residential and business Yvie complex, currently under construction by Union Investment.
Facilities will include a coffee shop, gym and roof terrace, and the aparthotel will be a five-minute walk to a ferry crossing the IJ river, with onward travel available from Centraal Station.
The construction of the residential and business Overhoeks district, formerly home to oil giant Shell, began in 2005 and will continue until 2026.
Staycity Group CEO and co-founder Tom Walsh, commented:
“Amsterdam is the perfect addition to our Wilde portfolio, particularly this spectacular building in such a vibrant, up-and-coming modern area.
“Staycity now has nearly 6,000 apartments across 32 properties with our growth plans soon to take in Portugal as well as additional sites in London, Paris, and Munich, so we’re delighted to be adding the Netherlands to our portfolio.”
Wilde Aparthotels launched in 2018 and features design inspired by Irish playwright and poet Oscar Wilde (pictured is an example of a room in London Paddington). There are currently properties in Manchester, London, Edinburgh and Berlin, with plans for aparthotels in Porto and Lisbon towards the end of 2024.
See our recent review of the Wilde in Manchester: