Rotterdam Science Tower was built in 1975 and designed by the US-based, highly acclaimed architectural firm Skidmore, Owings Merrill (SOM). Originally, the tower was part of the Europoint complex, which comprised 5 office buildings in total. In 2012 the Rotterdam Science Tower (formerly Europoint IV) was redeveloped and transformed into the multifunctional office and laboratory building it is today. The adjacent Lee towers (former Europoint II and III buildings) have recently been redeveloped into 883 residential flats for young professionals.
With a height of approx. 95 metres and approx. 38,336 m² divided over 21 floors, the building offers office and laboratory space of approx. 1,500 m² per floor with a beautiful view of the Port of Rotterdam and the city of Rotterdam. The high structure together with the combination of large window frames and natural stone on the outside catches the eye and results in a landmark building. The main entrance is located on the east side of the building, on the square between Rotterdam Science Tower and Lee Towers, so that all entrances to the three towers are on the same square.
On the ground floor is a modern and spacious lobby with reception, restaurant and common room. The Rotterdam Science Tower offers a high level of service and facilities. Everything is geared towards taking the burden off you as a tenant so that you can focus on innovation and R&D.