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Purmerend

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.

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2 Assets in this area
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Peter de Lange
  • Peter de Lange
  • Project Manager Spatial Planning

Why invest in Purmerend?

Cost-effective prime location

As the designated growth area within the Amsterdam Metropolitan Area, Purmerend is developing new business parks and recreational facilities. This movement is supported by urban (re)development in and around the historic inner city, offering affordable living conditions for your staff.
Industrial property costs are currently substantially lower in Purmerend, making it an ideal opportunity for investors looking for a prime location. There is a diverse range of possible investment opportunities in developed lands and special occasions for sustainable development.

A lively community

Purmerend is a front-runner in sustainable development. In the coming years, it will upgrade its natural gas infrastructure to renewable energy sources, such as bioenergy, solar energy, wind power and geothermal power. It is a collaborative effort in which entrepreneurs, developers, and residents work together.

This city of Purmerend wants to establish itself in the coming years as a great place to live in a scenic polder landscape. Purmerend also seeks to grow its role as a center for healthcare for the greater region and as a tourism hub for tourists visiting Holland.

Purmer Valley is a joint development of entrepreneurs and educational institutions to improve the digital connectivity of the region and develop new services and product ranges. It has spawned a lively and promising community of start-ups, developers, and creative businesses.

Personal support team

Part of an age-old trade network spanning the globe, Purmerend has a rich cultural heritage, making it an ideal starting point to explore beautiful Amsterdam and its hinterland, with tourist highlights such as de Zaanse Schans, Volendam, Marken or Hoorn. Purmerend is currently developing new and interesting leisure concepts.

The municipality of Purmerend welcomes and supports settling companies. We know how demanding the process of expanding or moving can be for business. Choosing the right location is equally important as developing products, exploring new segments and keeping the competition in check. To help you ease the transitional phase, with two teams providing support, helping you weigh options and guide you through procedures involved.

Prime assets in Purmerend

Mixed Use
Mixed Use

Kom A7

Purmerend is situated closely to the most popular Dutch tourist attractions. Its historic inner city has a medieval street plan and numerous historic monuments. Its excellent accessibility makes it an ideal starting point to visit the great landmarks of The Netherlands. With an expected growth of domestic and international tourism, the number of overnight stays is expected to grow, increasing the need for affordable alternative accommodations in the Amsterdam Metropolitan Area.

Mixed Use
Mixed Use

Baanstee Noord

Purmerend is situated closely to the most popular Dutch tourist attractions. Its historic inner city has a medieval street plan and numerous historic monuments. Its excellent accessibility makes it an ideal starting point to visit the great landmarks of The Netherlands. With an expected growth of domestic and international tourism, the number of overnight stays is expected to grow, increasing the need for affordable alternative accommodations in the Amsterdam Metropolitan Area.

Questions or more information?
Peter de Lange
  • Peter de Lange
  • Project Manager Spatial Planning