The housing need in the Amsterdam Metropolitan Aera remains unabated. The ring is expanding, and in Haarlemmermeer the demand for new construction remains high. Currently, many homes are being realized in the southern edge of Hoofddorp.
In Lincoln Park more than 800 residential homes will be developed.
Lincoln Park description
Mulifuntional housing plan
Lincoln Park is part of the vast new residential area De Parken in the south of Hoofddorp where a total of approximately 3.500 new houses will be realized the next 10 years. Lincoln Park, formerly known as De President West, is situated on the eastern side of the central canal Hoofdvaart and will provide room for more than 800 homes. Varying from accessible temporary homes to apartments and large family homes. The multifunctional housing plan will be developed in the next period of time and building is planned in 2019.
A long stretched park will be the backbone of the green layout with plenty of water. The surrounding polder landscape formed the inspiration for the layout of Lincoln Park.
Lincoln Park has the ambition of becoming the most sustainable neighborhood of the Haarlemmermeer. The circular economy is key.
Picture: polder landscape south of the development with Calatrava bridge (by Danny de Casembroot).
- Municipality of Haarlemmermeer
- Tender 2018
Already established on this location
To be developed
About the area
About the area
Land, that until 165 years ago, lay submerged is now home to around 145,000 people. Situated between Amsterdam and The Hague, Haarlemmermeer is the beating heart of the Randstad. Comprising 26 communities, each with its own character, it offers ample space for living, enterprise, work and recreation. Due to its central location easy access via road, water and rail, and its proximity to the main airport of Schiphol, 'Airport City' Haarlemmermeer provides excellent advantages as a business location. As an added benefit, there are direct connections from Schiphol Airport to over 322 destinations in 90 countries.
Haarlemmermeer boasts a healthy balance between local, regional, national and international companies. Every business sector can be found here. The business estates and office locations vary immensely in size, character and type of activity. From parks with small-scale, local and regional firms through to Schiphol Logistics Park for large-scale, airport-related activities as well as the revolutionary, sustainable Park 20|20, where ecology and economy go hand-in-hand. In addition, Haarlemmermeer offers a great balance between work, living, and leisure.