Green, well organised, safe and sustainable – the Arena Park is the office location in the Gooi & Vechtstreek region. Its position close to the Hilversum (A27) exit, next to the Hilversum Sport Park railway station and along several high-frequency bus routes makes this location highly accessible in every way. The cities of Amsterdam, Utrecht, Almere and Amersfoort are all within 20 to 25 minutes by car.
Companies such as Rabobank, the NCOI training institute, Nike, Converse, SLTN and Regus have all been located in the Arena Park since its early days. In combination with other functions such as Hilversum’s MBO College, the Optisport sports school and the athletics track of the Gooische Atletiek Club – complete with historic Dudok grandstand from the 1928 Olympic Games - the park is truly unique in the Netherlands.
Cooperation is excellent between the tenants and owners of the properties within the Arena Park. This has even earned the park certification on the basis of the Keurmerk Veilig Ondernemen (KVO) quality stamp for safe business.
A limited number of parcels are currently available within the park offering a total gross floor area of 95,000 m2 for offices.
Arena Park description
Anouk Pols, Senior Account Manager, Hilversum Municipality
+31(0)35 629 2956
Already established on this location
About the area
About the area
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.