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Wilhelminastraat 43a

The former Municipal School for Boys is located on the Wilhelminastraat in Haarlem. A few years ago, the building was completely renovated and equipped with all modern office conveniences, without detracting from the historic elements. For example, a glass lift has been added to the spacious hallway in addition to the original staircase. The original balustrades and beautiful roof structure have also been preserved and restored where necessary. Furthermore, the building has ample parking space on its own grounds. A unique opportunity to occupy an office in a national monument, within walking distance of the lively city centre

Units in object

The bright and beautiful (office) units in this office building provide a wonderful working environment. This former school has a surface area of no less than 1,549 m², of which ca. 137.9 m² is available for rent over various office floors. The units are spacious, light and equipped with all modern office conveniences.

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Nora Chouli

Commercial Property Manager

+31 (0)23 541 11 45


The property is located in the Wilhelminastraat in Haarlem; a wide, elegant street in the centre of Haarlem. This filled-in canal runs from Zijlsingel and Raaksbruggen to the Stadsschouwburg. Wilhelminastraat is located in the middle of the Vijfhoek, one of Haarlem’s most attractive neighbourhoods, boasting a rich history. From the office building, you can walk straight into the historic centre of Haarlem, with all its shops, restaurants and museums. Also within walking distance is the Raakskwartier, a multifunctional new development with a large supermarket, underground car park and cinema.


From here, you have good access to the N208, the Haarlem ring road, and to the A205 towards the A9 to Amsterdam, The Hague and Utrecht. The office is also easily accessible by public transport. Haarlem railway station is a 10-minute walk away and several buses stop in the street.


The Municipal School for Boys was built in 1882 by city architect Jacques Leijh. The striking building has a neo-classical style. One of the eye-catchers is the triangular top piece (tympanum) of the demolished Kennemer Gate, which was placed in the façade in 1884.

The Jewish Lyceum was located here from 1941 to 1943 during the German occupation. An inspiring story is that of former teachers Dolf Cohen and Henriette Koster. They met while teaching but had to go into hiding, far away from each other. After the liberation, they happily found each other again and got married!

Photo source: Cultural Heritage Agency, Amersfoort/156.916

Modern office spaces in a landmark building

Rental price

From  €185,-   Per m2 per year 

Surface area

129 m2 - 138 m2


Wilhelminastraat 43A, Haarlem


On private property





Contact us to discuss the opportunities!

Interested to find out how your company could find a home in this landmark office building? Feel free to contact us, we would be happy to tell you more about the office spaces!

Nora Chouli

Commercial Property Manager


+31 (0)23 541 11 45