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Visit the Amsterdam Zuidas Information Centre online

The Amsterdam Zuidas Information Centre is expanding – and it’s happening online. A very practical move, especially in these times of coronavirus. But even after that, you’ll still be able to take a crash course on Zuidas from the comfort of your sofa. Of course, it's still always nicer and more educational to pay a visit in person.
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Neighbours respond positively to Ravel

If everything goes smoothly, the City Council will officially approve the zoning plan for the new Ravel residential district in the summer of 2021. We have held talks on several occasions with businesses, employees and residents nearby in order to take their ideas on board as much as possible.
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Tree-felling to make way for Conservatorium and De Puls

We are cutting down trees in two places in Zuidas. In order to provide space for the Conservatorium van Amsterdam music academy in Kapel & Convict, fifteen trees need to be felled. We will also be removing fifteen trees along the A10 in order to build De Puls.
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Five views on zoning plan for Ravel residential district

Five responses (referred to as views) have been submitted in response to the draft zoning plan for the new Ravel residential district. The plan was open for consultation for six weeks starting from 24 December 2020. So, what happens next?
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Hogelandplein in Kop Zuidas – a sneak preview

The Kop Zuidas neighbourhood is set to have a great public square: Hogelandplein. The provisional design is now complete. We have made a video about it. Would you like to watch it?
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‘The Rietveld’ and its problematic outer wall

‘A beautifully rhythmical concrete skeleton, with no further cladding other than that desirable for effective maintenance and comfortable use.’ That was the vision behind Gerrit Rietveld's design for the Academy that bears his name. Thanks to his work, the building was granted monumental status. And became an ongoing issue.
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Ground floor owner opposes residents in McDonald's case

Residents of The Gustav are refusing to accept the McDonald’s branch set to open in the commercial space (ground floor) of the apartment complex. The owner of the commercial space is taking legal action against the residents. The case recently came to court.
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Work starts on multi-use CROSSOVER building

In late February 2021, work is set to start on the construction of CROSSOVER in the Kop Zuidas area, at the corner of the A10 Zuid exit and Europaboulevard. The building promises to be an exciting blend of housing, employment, and amenities.
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Stepstone: an architectural gem for Amsterdam’s young people

‘This will be a unique building, in a unique location, for a unique target group’, explains architect Adriaan Mout of LEVS Architects. He is the designer of the Stepstone apartment complex, which will be built for Woonstichting De Key in order to provide affordable housing for young people, right in the heart of Amsterdam Zuidas.
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New projects in Prinses Irenestraat

The renovation of the Strawinskyhuis, a new look for the building at number 59, and the extension of the green strip that helps capture stormwater. These are the exciting new projects that will be happening along Prinses Irenestraat between June 2021 and the end of 2024.
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A greener look for Van der Boechorststraat

This week, around 150 metres of new trees and plants were planted on the eastern side of Van der Boechorststraat. Eisso Beukema, public space designer: ‘This will make Zuidas a little bit greener and less grey.’
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Zuidas ready for Valley

‘A decade ago, Zuidas was not quite ready for Valley. Now, it is.’ These are the words of Boudewijn Ruitenburg, Chief Operating Officer at EDGE, the developer behind the project that will be completed in late summer 2021.
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