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Development Sluisbuurt has started: first tender now open

Published on 26-10-2020
The Municipality of Amsterdam is looking for a market party for the development of plot 5A1. At this location there is room for an apartment complex with private sector housing, workplaces, retail and catering facilities. You can register for the tender until December 14, 2020.

The total gross floor area, for the private sector owner-occupied or rental homes, workplaces, retail and catering facilities, is 17,000 m2. The non-residential program must be completed with a minimum GFA of 3,000 m² and a maximum GFA of 8,000 m² for commercial facilities. The realization of a supermarket is an important part of this. It is also possible to make a parking garage. The buildings may be a maximum of 50 meters high. For the first 10 years, lot 5A1 will be part of the face of the district, because of its location on the main street, where all amenities are located, and at the beginning of the water basin, the central place of residence of Zeeburgereiland.

The procedure consists of 2 rounds. In the pre-selection, a maximum of 4 parties are selected, which will proceed to the final selection. Interested parties can register for the tender up to and including December 14, 2020. Selection is based on spatial and programmatic quality, sustainability and option bidding. The brochure and appendices are published on TenderNed under "Tender lot 5A1 Sluisbuurt Zeeburgereiland". The final award is scheduled for July 1, 2021.

The Sluisbuurt is located on the western tip of the Zeeburgereiland directly opposite the Oranjesluizen and has a unique location on the IJ. It will be a sustainable, car-free neighborhood with buildings in a combination of high and low-rise buildings with over 5,500 homes and facilities. The preparations for the construction are in full swing, with this tender the realization phase of the district also starts. Full development will take 10 to 15 years.
Source: Vastgoedjournaal 23th of October 2020