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OBA NEXT confirmed for Zuidas

The City Council has approved the investment decision for OBA NEXT. This provides definite confirmation that OBA NEXT will be developed in Zuidas. Martin Berendse, Director of OBA (Amsterdam Public Library): ‘It will be a dynamic place, like a workshop buzzing with innovation.’
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OBA NEXT, a vibrant learning and development facility for everyone

In OBA NEXT, Zuidas is set to have a special learning and development facility where everyone will soon be welcome. Various parties are now joining forces to make a success of this new meeting place.
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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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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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VU Amsterdam research building has diaphragm walls

A huge hole, with construction workers hard at work with reinforcement steel and concrete. This is what can currently be seen of the new VU Amsterdam Research Building. The huge diaphragm walls that will soon protect the building from vibration are also now in the ground.
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Mini-park for Amsterdam UMC, VUmc location

More green areas around Amsterdam University Medical Center (UMC). This was one of the winning ideas submitted when residents were invited to suggest initiatives for a greener Zuidas. It’s now been made a reality. ‘We really want visitors to be able to take advantage of this green area’, says our green specialist Jeroen Assen.