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60 opportunities for great investments

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60 opportunities for great investments

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60 opportunities for great investments

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60 opportunities for great investments

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60 opportunities for great investments

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New to develop 70.000 residential units in 5 years
135 km2 City of Amsterdam, Amsterdam Metropolitan Area 1125 km2
2,4 million population Amsterdam Metropolitan Area
90% of the workforce speak two or more languages

Amsterdam, a launch market for Europe

The Amsterdam Metropolitan Area is one of Europe’s 5 most stable and succesful regions. Amsterdam is the cosmopolitan cultural capital of the Netherlands. Its entrepeneurial spirit has a unique global reach. The region boasts a strong international position in financial and business services, ICT, media, the creative sector, higher education and logistics. Amsterdam is a launch market for Europe.
International investors are finding interesting projects in every part of this region: from smallscale developments to grand new projects. Situated in a superb mix of historic cities, bustling waterfronts, scenic landscapes and thriving commercial districts.

Interesting real estate opportunities

To promote a healthy investment climate in the office market, the City of Amsterdam is actively stimulating the redevelopment and transformation of office space. Over 10,000 residential units will be built yearly. Emphasis is on sustainable development, innovation and growth.

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Lex Brans
  • Lex Brans
  • Director Marketing real estate Amsterdam Metropolitan Area

Interesting real estate opportunities

To promote a healthy investment climate in the office market, the City of Amsterdam is actively stimulating the redevelopment and transformation of office space. Over 10,000 residential units will be built yearly. Emphasis is on sustainable development, innovation and growth.

Mixed Use
Mixed Use

Amsterdam Science Park

With over 10,000 students, scientists and entrepreneurs, you’ll find cutting-edge knowledge institutes, top-class facilities and business incubators in one convenient and well-designed location.

Amsterdam Science Park offers excellent opportunities for research and business activities in ICT (infrastructure), Chemistry, Physics, Life Sciences, Advanced Instrumentation and sustainability.

Spatially, Amsterdam Science Park is designed as a network of meeting places with various restaurants, sports and congress facilities.
The buildings, landscape and public spaces are interconnected and strongly intertwined. Its striking, prizewinning architecture plays
a prominent role. The artworks dotted around the park also help to make an inspiring and inviting environment.

Boasting the highest concentration of publicly funded research in the Netherlands, Amsterdam Science Park is currently home to eight University of Amsterdam research institutes and three NWO institutes: AMOLF, CWI and Nikhef. The new Advanced Research Centre for Nanolithography (ARCNL), a joint venture of ASML and the Foundation for Fundamental Research on Matter (FOM) conducts fundamental and applied research
in areas that are key to unlocking innovation in the global semiconductor industry.

We offer a variety of profitable investment opportunities in real-estate projects such as (shared) office and lab space, hotel and congress facilities and student housing.

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Mixed Use

Zuidas Beethoven

Beethoven is immediately adjacent to the Beatrixpark, one of Amsterdam's oldest, modern city parks. To the east, the area is flanked by the RAI Amsterdam exhibition site and to the south by the A10 ring road. It is also next to the Beethovenstraat, meaning that the city centre and the ring road are a stone's throw away for car traffic and public transport. A number of key cycle routes also pass through the area. The presence of the Beatrixpark means there are plenty of well-maintained pedestrian routes. Beethoven is an area which is largely free of car traffic and is easy to get to by train because Station Amsterdam Zuid is just a 5-minute walk away. The Beethoven area in Zuidas is being developed into a mixed residential and work location with various facilities.

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Lex Brans
  • Lex Brans
  • Director Marketing real estate Amsterdam Metropolitan Area