ArenAPoort is the leisure and entertainment area of the Netherlands. Think of the exciting football matches in the Johan Cruijff ArenA, major concerts in the Ziggo Dome and the bustling festivals in the area, such as Kwaku. You will also find everything in terms of stores. From megastores to the local shop in the lively Amsterdamse Poort. There are numerous restaurants, cozy coffee bars and a wide range of hotels. ArenAPoort will be even more buzzing in the near future with the addition of homes, offices and matching facilities. The municipality wants to renew, compact and transform the area together with land and landowners. This means that the area will change considerably until 2030, with the center of gravity between 2019 and 2024.
|Sloterdijk I||56 ha|
Sloterdijk I has been earmarked for transformation. An industrial estate with office and industrial property that has reached the end of its development cycle, the estate will in the coming years be gradually revamped into a mixed urban district with a mix of business, residential and public facilities – an integrated piece of the city where people can work, live and recreate.
Thanks to the Haven Stad programme, the city of Amsterdam can until 2040 pursue residential expansion in three areas: the Sloterdijk area, the Port area and the Northern banks of the river IJ.
Koers 2025, in which the municipality has charted potential housing locations, designates a number of areas for accelerated development, with a view to accommodating the strong growth in population, business activity and tourism. Sloterdijk I is one of those areas.
The municipality of Amsterdam has stated the following ambitions for the transformation of Sloterdijk I:
1. Develop Sloterdijk I into an urban working / residential area.
2. Improve connections with the direct surroundings and city.
3. Create an attractive, high-quality living environment.
|Zuidas Kenniskwartier||10000 m²|
The Eastern Development Field in Kenniskwartier [Knowledge Quarter] is bordered by the Mahlerlaan, the A10 ring road, the ‘Diagonal’ (pedestrian area) and the Western Development Field.The total development concerns 80,000 m2 (GFA) of a mixed programme of residential (middle segment, young professionals, students, social housing), offices and other facilities.
|Kop Zuidas||2 ha|
Kop Zuidas is located in the northeast of Zuidas, next to the RAI Amsterdam Convention Centre. This area is adjacent to the Rivierenbuurt, fits in with the green profile of the South of Amsterdam and is within walking distance of the Amstel river. Kop Zuidas is easily accessible by car and public transport given that the A10 ring road and the RAI station are just around the corner.
|Zuidas Beethoven||10000 m²|
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.
|Amstel III||250 ha|
Amstel III is a large scale business park and office area in Amsterdam Zuidoost (the Southeast of Amsterdam) of approximately 250 hectares. It is situated between the Johan Cruijff ArenA, the Amsterdam UMC (university medical centre) location AMC, the rail line Amsterdam-Utrecht and the A2 highway. Metro stations Bullewijk and Holendrecht function as Amstel III’s gateways. The A9 highway runs through the centre of this area. Amstel III consists of two types of zones: a typical business park alongside the A2 highway where, amongst others, automotive companies are located, and a transformation area in the office zone. In the office zone, more houses are being built. No homes are to be added to the business park.
|Amsterdam Science Park||12 ha|
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.
|Business Park Amsterdam Osdorp||3 ha|
The Business Park Amsterdam Osdorp has a unique location at the logistics west axis between Schiphol Airport and the city center of Amsterdam, near the motorways A9, A5, A4 and A10.