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More homes, more local services, more beautiful public spaces and major progress on the new transit hub... The work at Zuidas never stopped for a moment! And all this despite a second year of working from home. With our thanks to all the people who worked on all those construction sites, here’s a look back on all the progress we made in 2021.

Feel like some fresh air? Take a walk around Zuidas!

This holiday season, the pandemic means that a quick visit to the cinema, the theatre, a cafe or restaurant is off the cards. But if you still feel like getting out and about, why not take a walk around Zuidas? There are two surprising audio tours for you to try, in your own time and at your own pace.

Air ambulance moves to Amsterdam Heliport

The permanent base for the air ambulance will move away from the roof of Amsterdam UMC, location VUmc, significantly reducing noise pollution for local residents.

Construction projects

Amsterdam Zuidas is working with various developers and contractors to build a completely new city district. The work involves numerous individual building projects. In its early days, Zuidas was an office location for leading companies, now we want the area to be much more than that. It will be a full, unique neighbourhood where people can live, work, and enjoy recreational activities.

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Update on central section of De Boelelaan

We last reported on the central section of De Boelelaan on 23 October 2020. Work is now fully underway, fortunately, and we will be able to inform you about the final designs next year.

New streets in Zuidas to be named after female composers

They were shunned and unknown during their own lifetimes, but now the names of female composers will add some diversity to the streets of Zuidas. ‘They died sad and lonely – and that’s why now, after all these years, we have to honour their work.’

All metro switches installed and removable railway platforms replaced

In the weekend of 18 and 19 December 2021, we installed the final two switches in the metro tracks. At the same time, 1,000 sq. m. of floor was replaced from the removable railway platform for tracks 1 and 2. The work went smoothly.

Three parties invited for OBA NEXT design

An important first step has now been taken in the development of OBA NEXT. Three consortia have been invited to submit designs for the new library and the offices in the Innovation District (‘Kenniskwartier’).

Progress update on works in Beethoven neighbourhood

In the Beethoven neighbourhood, where a section of Beethovenstraat and part of Beatrixpark are located, housing is set to be built and an annex of the Conservatorium van Amsterdam is also being developed. Progress on both of these projects has turned out to be slightly different from our earlier reports.

Summer 2020: A10 Zuid closed for 11 days

From 22 July until 3 August 2022, major traffic disruption is expected on the south side of Amsterdam. Throughout these 11 days, the A4 and A10 Zuid will be closed from the Badhoevedorp junction to the S109 RAI access road. This is because of works on Amsterdam Zuid station.
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