On 8 November 1956 the new building of Galeries Modernes was officially opened.
With a sense of bravura similar to the completion of the Market Hall in October 2014, the Twaalfprovinciënhuis shopping centre opened in 1955.
The Huf shop was a shoe shop by Anton Hof on the Hoogstraat since 1924.
The Pannekoekstraat commercial building is a double building with retail space on the ground floor.
For a long time Stadstimmerhuis meent has been the name given to the building that houses city departments that deal with construction.
The Hoogstraat Shops were three retail buildings opened one after another in quick succession on Hoogstraat.
Located on the corner of Delftsevaart and Lombardkade is the building of Van Stolk Royal Traders.
Café Dudok was the office of life assurance company De Nederlanden van 1845.
The Laurenskerk was badly damaged by the bombing of May 1940, though the spire itself remained largely intact.
The new telephone building on Botersloot opened its doors in 1951. For over a century, Botersloot was the centre of telephony in Rotterdam.
The GEB local electricity substation was needed to supply electricity to the shops and businesses in the centre.
The Minerva House on Meent is part of a block largely completed during the period of reconstruction.
In opdracht van de dienst Stadsontwikkeling van de Gemeente Rotterdam heeft Platform Wederopbouw Rotterdam een verkenning van de Rotterdamse expeditiehoven en –straten uitgevoerd.
Laurenskwartier, that area of the centre around the Laurenskerk, is the oldest part of the city.
The Steiger Church was intended as a place of silence and contemplation in the bustling city centre.
De Heuvel was an initiative by the CHJ, an organisation that offered spiritual and social training to secondary level pupils, students and working youths.
The Mariniersweg housing block forms a single entity with the housing and shops on Pannekoekstraat at the rear.
The head office of the Verenigde Spaarbank on Botersloot was badly damaged by the bombardment.