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Raising the roof at the EDGE Stadium building

Right now, the EDGE Stadium building – former office of Loyens & Loeff on Fred. Roeskestraat 100 – looks like a bit like a demolition site. And that includes the roof.
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Architect Winy Maas on his design for Valley

Architect Winy Maas is not pulling any punches: the design for Valley also includes a critique of the classic Zuidas. ‘The reflective glass panels are a reference to the inaccessible Zuidas of old. The green valley that breaks through, that represents the Zuidas of the future.’

Four years of construction work on the new courthouse in pictures

We’ve been following the construction of the largest courthouse in the country closely for nearly four years now. The project started by clearing away the rubble of what was there before and will end on Monday 3 May 2021 with the first court proceedings. We would like to thank the many hundreds of people who have created this iconic new building in Zuidas.
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Warnersblokken apartments inspired by ‘servants’ issue’

The Warnersblokken apartments will be familiar to anyone who cycles through the Prinses Irenebuurt. They are the four eye-catching and colourful housing blocks at the end of Fred. Roeskestraat. In order to properly understand this national monument, we need to look to another neighbourhood of Amsterdam, Slotermeer.
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Laying the groundwork for the new Ravel residential area

The word ‘avenue’ probably conjures up an image of tall trees and elegant houses. The newest avenue to be created in Zuidas – Maurice Ravellaan – still has a long way to go before it looks like that, but the first work has already begun. Ravellaan will be the principal road serving the new Ravel residential area.
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Ravel residential district comes another step closer

By 2025, the place where AFC footballers are currently still kicking a ball around on Plot A will be the site of an eye-catching new development, with around 70 family homes in the mid-market sector. Starting on 26 March 2021, parties can submit tenders on TenderNed. This marks the first step in the realisation of the Ravel residential district
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New courthouse almost in use

As it is now known that the new courthouse will open on 3 May 2021, and the stunning artwork in front of it is now in position in all its glory, we are working hard to ensure that the area around the courthouse will look equally attractive by the spring.
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Around 1,700 more new homes in Zuidas by end of 2025

Between now and 2025, approximately 1,700 new homes are set to be built in Zuidas. Around 6,000 more will follow after that. This will amount to about 10,000 homes in total, considerably more than the 7,000 envisaged in the Zuidas Vision (Visie Zuidas). We are building them for all the people of Amsterdam.
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Sporthallen Zuid makes way for 550 homes

Zuidas is set to welcome yet another housing development. In this case, it will be 550 new homes on the current site of the Sporthallen Zuid sports complex. Moving this elsewhere will create space for a new neighbourhood, featuring plenty of green areas and right next to sports and waterside amenities and schools.
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New stair seating and widening of De Boelegracht

From the old BAM construction site, we are building a new canal wall and stairs that double up as seating for De Boelegracht, near Rosy Wertheimstraat. By working in this way, we are limiting the disruption caused by construction traffic.
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Green space around Terrace Tower

Terrace Tower, which will house the headquarters of Suitsupply, is almost finished. Now it is time to create some beautiful public green space around this brand-new architectural masterpiece in the Kop Zuidas neighbourhood.
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Thirteen trees to be removed from A10 embankment near Beatrixpark

In the week of 1 March 2021, we will fell 13 trees along the A10 motorway near Beatrixpark. The trees were going to be felled anyway due to the Zuidasdok project. They are being removed now because we will be creating a site access road for the residential buildings planned nearby.
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