It took longer than was planned, but the green landscaping work started in Rosy Wertheimstraat in the week of 18 October 2021. This followed discussions with local residents who were given an opportunity to say how they wanted their street to be landscaped.
In the new courthouse at Parnassusweg 280, Liesbeth Schouten is exhibiting a series of paintings entitled Cityscapes until the end of December 2021. In her colourful, free-style impressions of the courthouse itself and other buildings in Zuidas, she creates a new and warm cityscape.
Building a new station for 250 passengers per day on a site the size of a postage stamp. Building housing for everyone. Making a neighbourhood greener. How do you do all of that? To find the answers to these and other questions, come along to the Open Day in Zuidas on 30 October 2021.
The old courthouse building at Parnassusweg 220 will soon be home to the Museum of Contemporary Art. The museum is an initiative of the Hartwig Art Foundation. Interested in finding out more about the plans? If so, come to the meeting on 25 October 2021.
The CROSSOVER building, currently under construction in the Kop Zuidas neighbourhood, will feature a special mixture of residents and users. It will have space for residence permit-holders, first-timers and businesses. The focus will be on friendships, working together and knowledge-sharing.
Work starts on the housing complex The Newton in Kop Zuidas on around 1 November 2021. But there’s much more happening in this most easterly neighbourhood of Zuidas. Buildings are appearing, an old building is disappearing and we are working on new public squares. We provide an overview below.
Housing, offices and amenities around a courtyard garden. This is what is planned for the area between The Edge (offices of Deloitte and AKD) and De Puls (now under construction). This is according to the new development plan drawn up for this area.
A lot of hard work gets done in Zuidas, and not just in the office blocks. In fact, you’ll come across the smallest workers if you try out the green walk, which we launched on 30 September 2021. The walk will also bring you to artworks created by Vera van Wolferen, which you might not otherwise have spotted.
The British School has now left Fred. Roeskestraat. The vacant building will now make way for about 150 to 200 social rental homes. On 6 October 2021 at 19.30, we are holding an online meeting to update you on progress.
In Parnassusweg, the development of the museum for contemporary art in the former courthouse building (part of which has protected monument status) is now a step closer. The City Council voted to purchase the building on 15 September 2021.
Goed Genoeg, the new public sports park, and the new AFC clubhouse were officially inaugurated on Saturday 4 September 2021. The sports fields have been moved slightly to the north to make room for new houses in the residential district of Ravel.
A weekly market in Zuidas will be held for the first time on Thursday 2 September. There will be 16 market stalls on Gershwinplein to begin with, offering mainly food products. Amsterdam Zuid district council will examine whether the market is a success after 18 months.