Discover the many benefits of living in The Hague at MB275

/Welcome to the neighbourhood

The Hague
public transport
Shops around the corner
Close to city center
Cycle to Zuiderpark
& The Hague beaches

Living in The Hague: the benefits

MB275 is in the friendly Leyenburg neighbourhood of The Hague, within easy reach of the city centre. Take a tram downtown or cycle to the beach and Zuiderpark in just a few minutes. Everything you need is close by – from a doctor, pharmacy and the new Haga hospital, to a supermarket, bakery and florist.

Leyenburg: the best bits

RandstadRail 4 and tram 6 stop just around the corner, taking you to The Hague Central station, work, university or downtown in no time.

This huge green space draws people from across The Hague looking to workout, walk or enjoy a picnic with friends. It also houses the famous sports campus Sportplaza with facilities for 40 different sports and a spectator arena.

Feel the sand between your toes at one of The Hague’s numerous beaches. Whether you enjoy taking to the waves for a surf or swim, or prefer sipping a cold beer at a laidback beach club, there’s plenty to enjoy on the coast.

At MB275 we have created a connected community of like-minded people to make the most of living in The Hague. Located on the south side of the city, within easy reach of the city centre, Leyenburg is a quiet friendly neighbourhood that attracts a mixture of families and young professionals.

Everything you need is at your fingertips – cross the road for the supermarket, bakery, greengrocer, butcher and Indonesian toko. A beauty salon, florist and bike shop are just around the corner. Can’t find what you’re looking for? The lively and cosy Fahrenheitstraat is a 5-minute bike ride away with even more shops to choose from.

Life in The Hague:
a worldly city by the sea

There’s more to The Hague than meets the eye. With a buzzing cultural centre – home to the world-renowned Mauritshuis museum, music conservatory, Royal Academy of Art and Nederlands Dans Theater – diverse (and affordable) restaurant scene, loads of green parks and miles of sandy beaches, there’s plenty to see and do.

After a long day of work or study, hit the bars at Grote Markt or Plein Square, dance the night away at one of the city’s clubs or kick off your shoes at the beaches Kijkduin or Scheveningen. Why not take advantage of the many student discounts on offer to take up a new sport? Whatever you enjoy, you’ll feel at home in no time.

Grote Markt


Easy to reach

Found in the district of Leyenburg, MB275 is well connected, no matter where you’re going. Tram stop Monnickendampleinor Laan van Eik en Duinen, with links to The Hague Central Station, Zoetermeer and Rotterdam, is around the corner

The Hague Central station
20 min by bike

5min by bike

The Beach
10min by bike

Grote Markt
15min by bike