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It began as the story of one man and has now grown into one of the most impassioned property developers in Europe. Being the best by doing your best. Always. In new-build and redevelopment. Welcome to OVG.

Projects

Experience has taught us that it is the apparently unfeasible assignments that lead to the most innovative solutions. The only way to find a new way is to leave the beaten track. Our projects are a perfect example of this. The end-user is always at the forefront. Location and building type follow on from this. The building is not the end, just the means.

About OVG

When founder & CEO Coen van Oostrom started OVG at the age of 27 a lack of financial means forced him to create his own chances. It is his energy and ambition that has thus created the OVG method. Since then everyone joining OVG has shared the same enthusiasm and passion for our profession. This is what makes OVG so enterprising.

Sustainability

For us sustainability means managing the available resources as cleverly as possible in order to provide people with buildings that are not only beautiful but affordable and environmentally responsible as well. Having our own Sustainability Center enables us to continuously stay ahead of the market. Because finding the best green innovations for our clients is what we are all about.

News

As far as we are concerned property development is the best job in the world. Every day is an inspiration – bringing so many different expertises together and working together towards a common goal. Even when someone other than OVG does it. Here, you can read about everything that enthuses us and what makes us proud to be a property developer.

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OVG Bischoff purchases real estate parcel in Berlin (Anschutz area)
06 March 2014

OVG Bischoff purchases real estate parcel in Berlin (Anschutz area)

The sale agreement for a real estate parcel of some 3,100 square meters was just concluded. Here at Mühlenstraße 25, in the intensively expanding Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg district, along the South – East axis between Alexanderplatz and the future BER airport, a new office building is to be erected in the order of some 15,000 square meters floor space.

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Jan Hein Tiedema new Commercial Director OVG Netherlands
09 January 2014

Jan Hein Tiedema new Commercial Director OVG Netherlands

Jan Hein Tiedema has joined the board of OVG Netherlands immediately. He will replace Mark Hesselink who has decided to take on a new challenge to become an entrepreneur per February first. Hesselink has worked for nearly three years for OVG Netherlands as commercial director.

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OVG sells Avery Dennison European Head Office and R&D Centre
12 December 2013

OVG sells Avery Dennison European Head Office and R&D Centre

OVG Real Estate sold Avery Dennison’s European head office and R&D centre to US private equity firm LCN Capital Partners last week. The 13,650 m2 sustainable building in Leiden encompasses a mix of research facilities, laboratories and office space.

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28 November 2013

Mega Projection on the Rotterdam

By: Nathaly Fernandez

Monday night there were sixteen large projectors placed on the "Willemskade" for the stunning three-dimensional video projection on the Rotterdam.

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De Rotterdam, vertical city by OMA/Rem Koolhaas completed
21 November 2013

De Rotterdam, vertical city by OMA/Rem Koolhaas completed

Wilhelmina Pier Rotterdam – The largest multifunctional building in the Netherlands has been completed. Not even 4 years after starting construction, MAB Development and OVG Real Estate have turned over De Rotterdam to its future users. After a period of finishing and furnishing, residents will start to move into this vertical city, designed by OMA, in early 2014. De Rotterdam, in total 160.000 m2 of floor space on an area the size of just one football field, is a building that calls for superlatives. When, probably in the autumn of 2014 the entire building is occupied, around 85% has already been rented out or sold, the total number of people on the Wilhelmina Pier will be doubled. On average around 5,000 people will be in the building on a daily basis. Aside from being the most densely built-up piece of land in the Netherlands, this will make it the most densely populated area too.

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