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PropTech limehome continues to expand in the Netherlands

Eindhoven becomes third location after The Hague and Amsterdam.

MUNICH – limehome, Europe's technology provider for the hospitality industry and operator of fully digitalised design flats, will open a third location this summer in Eindhoven, in the Dutch region of Brabant, following Amsterdam and The Hague.

Eindhoven is considered the design capital of the Netherlands. On the former gasworks site in the centre of the city, a new urban quarter will be built this summer, combining living, working and culture. limehome will build ten design flats with their own outdoor area.

With the project in Eindhoven, limehome is expanding its focus to high-quality cities away from “classic” hospitality centres. The Munich-based PropTech is already present in The Hague and plans to open another serviced flats design hotel in the summer in one of Amsterdam's best neighbourhoods, De Pijp (Hemonystraat), in a typical Dutch mansion with 10 guest rooms. The building is currently undergoing extensive renovation.

"Eindhoven is full of creativity and is a unique hotspot of innovation in the Netherlands. The city also impresses with its lively art, culture and design scene and is therefore a very good fit for our high-quality design flats. We have further projects already in planning in various major cities in the Netherlands and are thus consistently continuing our European expansion strategy alongside the German market," says Ricky Bichel, Team Lead Business Development – Strategy & Portfolio.

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