Rented: Gedempte Zalmhaven 749, 3011 BT Rotterdam


Location, location, location!

This modern and excellently finished 3-room apartment on the 34th floor (!) of approx. 102m2 offers, in addition to the perfectly central location, a beautiful panoramic view of the Leuvehaven, Maritime Museum and the entire city center. And from the spacious balcony at the rear you can even see the river Maas and part of the Erasmus Bridge and the Kop van Zuid!
When you walk out of the building, you can turn in all directions for a nice walk towards the picturesque Veerhaven with, among other things, Grand Café Loos, the park at the Euromast with, among others, the Harbour Club, or in the other direction towards the cozy Witte de Withstraat, and also cross the Erasmus Bridge to the fashionable Hotel New York and even further the trendy Katendrecht. The boarding stops for water taxi, water bus and tour boat Spido are also practically on your doorstep!

The luxurious and well-known residential complex De Hoge Heren, in which this spacious and bright apartment with a spacious balcony of approx. 10m2 is located, offers various facilities in addition to its fantastic location at the foot of the Erasmus Bridge, such as a swimming pool & sauna, a fitness/gym.
These facilities can be used exclusively by the residents of the complex, at a subscription price of Euro 80 per month.

Besides that there is a large communal roof terrace, free of use to everyone in the building and there are guest apartments for rent (per day, 2-3 units) as well as workspaces (per day part, 2-3 units).

Ground floor entrance:
Very spacious and representative entrance and hall with access to bicycle shed, doorbells and mailboxes, two lifts.

Layout apartment on the 34th floor:
Entrance hall, separate toilet with sink, spacious modern bathroom with bathtub, shower cubicle with glass door, double sink with drawers;
1st bedroom/study suitable as an office or nursery; spacious and bright master bedroom with built-in wardrobe wall with mirrored doors;
large and bright living room with beautiful panoramic views, access to the spacious balcony; closed modern kitchen in white and equipped with all appliances such as dishwasher, fridge / freezer, oven / microwave combination, ceramic hob, stainless steel extractor hood and beautiful black stone counter top, access to the balcony. Spacious utility room with storage cupboard and washing machine.
There is a beautiful wooden floor throughout the house.

This wonderful and comfortable apartment is ideal for a couple or single who wants to enjoy city life, with all the luxury and comfort inside and the attractiveness of the city of Rotterdam outside within walking distance.

- storage of 4m2
- parking space in the underground garage for rent for Euro 200 per month (mandatory, amount is in addition to the monthly rent)
- the house is offered upholstered. Furnishing is negotiable at extra cost.

Protocol for allocation of rental properties to prospective tenants
This Protocol for the allocation of rental properties to prospective tenants is used within the framework of the Law on Good Landlordship and aims to provide transparency for all parties involved in how the allocation of a rental property is determined. This Protocol is aimed at preventing (housing)discrimination.

Rental agent: (An employee of) the rental agent who offers a property for rent on behalf of the client and is legally authorized to do so.
Client: The person or entity entitled to rent out the property, who has engaged the rental agent to act on their behalf in the rental process.
Prospective tenant: An individual/entity who expresses interest in a rental property offered by the rental agent on behalf of the client.

Purpose of mediation:
The client aims to rent out the respective rental property to the most suitable prospective tenant. This refers to a prospective tenant who is deemed as likely as possible to fulfil all obligations arising from a lease agreement correctly and promptly, and at the most appropriate timeframe. The differentiation between prospective tenants is based on objective justification. The differentiation between prospective tenants must serve a legitimate purpose, and the rental agent will act appropriately and proportionately in this regard.

Obtainable basic information from the prospective tenant:
• Name (first and last name)
• Current address and place of residence
• Phone number
• E-mail address
• Copy of ID document (Social Security number and the passport photo can be obscured)
• Composition of household: living alone, living together, with or without children
• Total monthly net income
• Income declaration from the tax authority
• Employment contract(s) and/or employer statement(s)
• Income proofs (pay slip and recent bank statements reflecting net income)
• Amount of current rent
• A landlord statement
• The information necessary to determine whether the prospective tenant(s) qualify for a housing permit (if obtaining one is required in the municipality where the property is located).

No information is required regarding:
• Ethnic or cultural background
• Religious identity
• Political preference
• Sexual orientation
• Gender identity and/or expression
• Physical or mental health

Criteria considered in the allocation process:
1. Responsiveness
As a basic principle, the first come, first serve rule applies. The initiative to respond to a offered property lies with the prospective tenants. In the case of numerous responses, it is possible that certain prospective tenants may not be invited for a viewing and may be rejected.
2. Source of income/type of employment contract
An indefinite employment contract with a well-established and reputable employer is preferred. This provides the client with the highest level of financial security. Temporary employment contracts, recent self-employment, and other sources of income such as alimony, an internship allowance, a guarantee by third parties, an inheritance, rental income, etc., can also lead to the allocation of a rental property, but this requires individual assessment.
3. Income level
After meeting any minimum income requirements, the highest (combined) income is preferred. This provides the client with the highest level of financial security in terms of fulfilling the financial obligations under the lease agreement.
4. Solid and verifiable positive rental history
A prospective tenant with a positive and verifiable landlord statement is preferred. Prospective tenants without a demonstrable rental history require individual assessment, as it may require additional information or investigation.
5. A positive screening of ID document and solvency
A prospective tenant can only be allocated a property on the condition that their identity can be verified and their financial capacity is satisfactory. To assess this, the rental agent conducts a thorough screening. A part of this screening is a manual check on authenticity features of the ID, conducted by the rental agent. This check can, for example, be performed with the DutchID-App provided by the Dutch government. The outcome of this screening may result in rejection (even after an initial allocation).
6. Household composition
It is important that each property has a suitable household composition. This is to prevent nuisance and damage, as well as to avoid overcrowding. Therefore, the allocation will take into account the household composition per property. Depending on the type of property, certain compositions may be preferred. This is assessed on a case-by-case basis.
7. Suitability for (the area of) the offered property
In some cases, the location or specific characteristics of the rental property may make certain prospective tenants more suitable than others.
8. Selection by the client

For each offered property, the client ultimately makes the decision between the prospective tenants. The rental agent has no influence on the final selection.

The rental agent refrains from any form of (assistance in) discrimination regarding the allocation of rental properties to prospective tenants. The rental agent does not assume any responsibility or liability for the actions of their clients. Due to privacy regulations, the rental agent is not authorized to disclose basic information of prospective tenants to third parties.
This Protocol is based on new legislation and was established by Pararius B.V. on December 15, 2023. The legislator has provided little guidance in its development, making this Protocol pioneering work. Any liability of Pararius B.V. for adverse consequences arising from the use of (the text of) the Protocol is excluded.


Reference number 504
Asking price €2,450 per month (incl. service costs, upholstered, indexed)
Deposit €2,450
Service costs €100 per month
Upholstered Yes
Upholstered Upholstered
Status Rented
Acceptance By consultation
Offered since 07 November 2023
Last updated 13 February 2024
Type of residence Apartment, flat with shared staircase, apartment
Type of construction Existing estate
Construction period 2000
Roof materials Bitumen
Rooftype Flat
Certifications Energy performance advice
Isolations Floor
Surfaces and content
Floor Surface 102 m²
Living area 38.64 m²
Kitchen area 8.1 m²
Content 250 m³
Balcony 9.01 m²
Number of floors 2
Number of rooms 3 (of which 2 bedrooms)
Number of bathrooms 1 (and 1 separate toilet)
Location At waterside
City centre
Near public transport
Near school
Unobstructed view
Energy consumption
Energy certificate B
Number of parking spaces 1
Number of covered parking spaces 1
Water heating District heating
Heating District heating
Ventilation method Mechanical ventilation
Bathroom facilities Bath
Double sink
Washbasin furniture
Parking Underground garage
Has a balcony Yes
Has an elevator Yes
Has a sauna Yes
Has a storage room Yes
Has a swimming pool Yes
Has ventilation Yes

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