The Red Apple

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The Red Apple
Rotterdam toren red apple.jpg
General information
StatusComplete
TypeResidential
Commercial offices
Architectural styleModernism
LocationWijnbrugstraat 50-352
Rotterdam, Netherlands
Coordinates51°55′02″N 4°29′21″E / 51.917222°N 4.489167°E / 51.917222; 4.489167Coordinates: 51°55′02″N 4°29′21″E / 51.917222°N 4.489167°E / 51.917222; 4.489167
Completed2005–2009
Height
Roof124 m (407 ft)
Technical details
Floor count40
Lifts/elevators6
Design and construction
ArchitectKCAP Architects & Planners
Jan des Bouvrie
EngineerTBI groep
Main contractorAannemersbedrijf v/h Boele & Van Eesteren
Other information
Number of units200
References
[1][2][3]

The Red Apple is a 40-storey, 124-metre (407 ft) 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 eighth-tallest building in Rotterdam. The Kopblok is a 53-metre-tall (174 ft) 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.

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  1. ^ "The Red Apple". CTBUH Skyscraper Center.
  2. ^ The Red Apple at Emporis
  3. ^ "The Red Apple". SkyscraperPage.

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