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The Red Apple, Rotterdam
Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
The Red Apple is a 40-storey, 124m residential skyscraper on Wijnhaven Island in Rotterdam, Netherlands, designed by KCAP Architects & Planners and Jan des Bouvrie. The building was topped out in 2008, completed in 2009, and features 121 units, and a 338-space multi-storey car park. It is the eight tallest building in Rotterdam. The Kopblok is a 53m building that has an additional 79 apartment units and offices. The ground floor is designed for shops and restaurants. The entire complex has an open fiber network.Use our Rotterdam trip itinerary builder to arrange your visit to The Red Apple and other attractions in Rotterdam.
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What a special place Rotterdam is - we really fell for it. There is so much of interest and surprise - not least of all this building. It's a beauty. Held our attention for quite some time.
Beautiful Tower. Another amazing skyscraper in Rotterdam. Can be seen from far and really has amazing picturesque view.
Dit is zeker niet een gebouw om voor om te lopen en te bekijken. Wat niet wil zeggen dat dit een lelijk gebouw is, wij kwamen er toevallig langs toen we vanuit de oude haven richting de Witte de With ... read more »This is certainly not a building to for to walk and view. Which is not to say that this is a ugly building, we came along when we happen to be there from the old port in the direction of the Witte de With Street ran. Certainly worth a photo moment.show original
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