Amstelveen enjoys a prime location at the centre of the Amsterdam Metropolitan Area. According to the annual survey ‘Atlas for Municipalities’ in 2019, Amstelveen is again one of the top 3 most attractive residential municipalities in the Netherlands. Culturally Amstelveen has a lot to offer with numurous museums and also the city has plenty of shops and entertainment.
Amstelveen is also one of the Amsterdam Area’s most prestigious office and business locations, thanks to its proximity to Amsterdam’s city centre, Schiphol and the Zuidas.
Amstelveen is home to a thriving international community, thanks to its family-friendly housing, high standard of international education and abundance of international clubs, organisations and cultural events. The Japanese and Indian communities have traditionally made their home here, and there are many Americans and Brits too.
Gooi en Vechtstreek
The Gooi & Vechtstreek region is strategically located between Amsterdam, Almere, Amersfoort and Utrecht. It offers a highly dynamic and innovative business climate with attractive natural surroundings. Hilversum is known as the media city and digital connectivity plays an important role throughout the region. The Gooi & Vechtstreek region is also characterised by innovative entrepreneurship in relation to health care, sport and tourism. The region is an attractive option for businesses considering establishing themselves at a prime location in the Netherlands, offering an ideal setting for living and working thanks to its natural surroundings, excellent facilities and swift connections within the Amsterdam Metropolitan Area and the nearby regions. The region serves as a set of green lungs – water, heath and woodlands – with diversity in terms of landscape, cultural history and creativity.
The lush meadows and idyllic waterways just north of Amsterdam hold an industrious surprise. Emerging as the bustling annex to the Amsterdam heartland, Purmerend -with its 80.000 inhabitants- enjoys excellent road, rail, sea and air links to the rest of Europe and beyond, supporting a dynamic economy.
Offering ample cost-effective space for expansion and growth, it is a favourite location for investors seeking to expand their business within the thirty-minute circle around Schiphol, the second largest European hub. The area boasts four successful business parks, with Baanstee Noord under development, a well-educated and motivated workforce and excellent and affordable living conditions.
Lelystad is connected by road, water and rail to the heart of Amsterdam. Entrepeneurs feel at home with the ‘pioneering’ business-spirit here.
This part of Amsterdam offers a brand new international airport, state of the art and innovative business parks and attractive and affordable homes. All in a green and blue environment. Do you know that this region actually has a real wild life nature park?
This is the vibrant heart of the city, with a thousand monuments on the World Heritage List. Cosmopolitan Amsterdam offers this unique mix of international vibe and laidback cosiness. The compact city: easy to reach, famous for its open atmosphere and genuine hospitality. The home of Rembrandt, van Gogh and Anne Frank now houses two international universities, scores of professional schools, and airport and a seaport.
A historic city of culture, at 12 minutes by train from inner city Amsterdam, with extensive pedestrian shopping zones and a beach nearby. Haarlem is an attractive town for families with children, as it radiates a more provincial vibe. It is also home to many small high tech companies and start-ups. The white sandy beach stretches out over almost 150 km. All along this coast, travellers will discover miles of boulevards, terraces, shops and restaurants.
Haarlemmermeer (Amsterdam Airport City), the most sustainable Dutch municipality, is the best choice for entrepreneurs because of its easy accessibility and central location within the Amsterdam Metropolitan Area.
Only 4 minutes from Schiphol Airport and 14 minutes from Amsterdam Central Station by train, Haarlemmermeer has been voted the Economic Top Location in the Netherlands for many years now. It offers an attractive business- and living environment. Home to over 700 international companies, Haarlemmermeer is a great location for new ideas and sustainable innovative activity. We are proud to be home to Park 20|20, the most sustainable business park in Europe which has attracted many international companies such as Danone, Asics, Irdeto, Schneider Electric, Fedex and Bluewater..
Haarlemmermeer: The beating heart of the Randstad!
Port of Amsterdam
The port of Amsterdam is one of the world’s key logistics hubs. A gateway to all major European markets and all benefits the Amsterdam Metropolitan Area has to offer. But also the port itself offers great oppurtunities such as deap sea, barge, rail terminals and connectivity. Many different companies are located in the port. From fashion and design to heavy industry. All against favourable rates and in a lucrative environment.
The flexibility in plot sizes and lay outs, building design and execution, permitted business activities and Port of Amsterdam’s supporting services, offers a the atmosphere to create new possibilities. The port of Amsterdam is already the location of choice for companies such as Calvin Klein, DSV, GE Aviation, G-Star RAW, Hitachi, Renault Trucks, Rivièra Maison, Royal van Lent Feadship, Starbucks, Tommy Hilfiger and many more.
As part of the Amsterdam Metropolitan Area, Almere is located between two international airports and near the Port of Amsterdam. Almere features a multitude of highways, railways (six stations) and waterways.
This makes Almere a prime location for living, to build your own house or for business development and opportunities. Almere has an abundance of space available to accommodate both residential and commercial property investments. It has excellent procedures in place facilitating the licensing or sale of land to set up new businesses or expand established businesses.
The city of Zaanstad is a part of the Amsterdam Metropolitan Area. The region is functioning as a magnet because of its diverse pallet of different living environments which varies from urban core to rural periphery. Therefore there is a significant pressure in the housing market. To meet the additional demand for housing the city of Zaanstad has to build a significant part of the 300.000 new houses which are needed between now and 2040 in the AMA. We welcome partners to realize these ambitions.
To accommodate this growth:
- New city center of Zaandam: Over a 100 acres, 700 million of investments in a new canal, offices, a cinema, shops and about 2,000 new houses.
- Amsterdam-ZaanIJ Waterfront: Miles and miles of waterfront connect the river Zaan with the river IJ to downtown Amsterdam. This is a huge urban development project with numerous historical industrial sites where we develop about 7,000 new housing units.