Rental apartments in the Jordaan

The Amsterdam district of “De Jordaan” is situated to the west of the historic city centre, alongside the Prinsengracht (one of Amsterdam’s famous canals). The area, established in the early 17th century, was for many years a poor and overcrowded area, and by the 1960s many of its buildings were in a very bad state of repair. Luckily, a large-scale restoration project meant that the area has since been restored to its unique traditional character. Its beautiful architecture, romantic courtyards, real Dutch pubs, boutiques and art galleries make it one of the most sought after locations to live in Amsterdam.

The ideal central location of the Jordaan

De Jordaan is the perfectly location for a short or longer stay in the city and is popular with ex-pats and many business professionals, as its central position means that many locations, such as the Dam Square and Leidseplein, can be reached easily on foot, as well as being close to all forms of public transport including the central train station.

Apartments in de Jordaan

With its narrow, winding streets and hidden garden courtyards, the Jordaan area is one of Amsterdam’s most charming neighbourhoods. Bustling with markets such as the Noordermarkt (every Saturday), shops and outdoor cafés during the day, it’s a quiet area at night, making it a great place to live. Eating out is not a problem either, with both typically Dutch food as well as an international array of food options available in the area. Take a look at apartments available in de Jordaan.