This property was built in 1897 by architect C.M Gardenier as a bank (De Hulp- en Spaarbank). It provided loans to 'industrious residents of this municipality' for the purchase of cows, sheep, potatoes and 'animal feed'. The property was sold to the pharmacist L.C.G. Douwes Dekker in 1930 who in turn sold it to another pharmacist, C.C. de Maar, in 1943. Since then it has been known locally in Apeldoorn as “The Pharmacy”. This history has been brought back to life in the new, contemporary office design.