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Any property that a municipality has designated for single family homes, apartments, co-operatives, townhouses,and any other place where people live and that derives most of its revenue from dwelling units.

11 Assets in residential property zoning
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11 Assets in residential property zoning
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Mustafa Tanriverdi
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Why invest in Residential property locations?

Residential property is

- A building that is used or suitable for use as a dwelling, or is in the process of being constructed or adapted for use as a dwelling;
- Land that forms part of a garden or grounds of a building suitable for use as a dwelling. This includes any buildings or structures on such land; or
- An interest in or right over land that subsists for the benefit of any of the above.

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Prime residential property assets

Residential
Residential

De Scheg

De Scheg, in Noorder Legmeerpolder, is the latest district of Amstelveen to be expanded. Its gross area is about 45 hectares, and it is located south of Westwijk between Legmeerdijk and Bovenkerkerweg. The name Scheg (skeg, part of a boat keel) comes from the shape of the region, whose southern border is formed by a Schiphol flight route (and also an aircraft noise contour) that runs diagonally through the polder.

The aim is for the area to be developed by market participants. The municipality is not pursuing any active regional zoning policy (except for a plot of 1.5 hectares bought a few years ago). There are around 12 landowners present in the area, including a consortium comprising Bouwfonds Property Development, Syntrus Achmea and Roosdom Tijhuis, which owns about 20 hectares. Grondontwikkeling Nederland also owns part of the area. There are also a few active farms, but they are prepared to stop their operations.

The area is estimated to be able to accommodate 800 to 900 homes. The starting point is that there will not be any social housing, and the houses will be aimed at people upscaling on the Amstelveen housing market. This translates into single-family homes in the mid to upper price sale and rental segments, supplemented with cheaper owner-occupier properties in the lower-price segment. There is also space for private rental property in De Scheg: this percentage is up to 23% of the total housing stock. A developer is already available to realise this number of private rental homes.

The municipality is committed to 30% of dwellings in private ownership. In addition, the properties should preferably be completed by 2020 with an EPC of 0.
The land-use plan is expected to be established in 2017, after which the area can be prepared for building.

Residential property
Residential property

Aziëweg

The Aziƫweg project is located in Schalkwijk, near the shopping centre, the R-net and the green outskirts of Haarlem. The planning area covers approximately 48,500 m2, of which approximately half is being developed as a public park. There are plans to build five apartment blocks at this location. Stichting Sint Jacob has already built 96 assisted living apartments (see photo). HSB Volendam is beginning construction of two blocks in 2016 (54 rental and 68 owner-occupied apartments, www.twister.nl). The land for the last two blocks is now available for public sale.

Questions or more information?
Mustafa Tanriverdi
  • Mustafa Tanriverdi
  • Amsterdam Airport City,
    Marketing and Investments