WelcomeHere, you can find everything you need to know about developments in the Zuidas area and the construction of Zuidasdok. The Municipality of Amsterdam is doing everything it can to create a beautiful city district and Zuidasdok is working towards optimal accessibility of Zuidas and the northern section of the Randstad. Together we are Amsterdam Zuidas. Read more
The A10 South (Zuid) will be closed in the direction of Schiphol from 23.00 on Friday, 21 February until 05.00 on Saturday, 22 February. This is to enable work to be done for which Schinkelbrug bridge will need to stay open over a long period.
Where once there was just a small drainage ditch, now a Van der Valk hotel has risen up from the ground – a ‘Valk Exclusive’, no less. Adriaan van der Valk tells us the story of how the new hotel in Amsterdam’s Zuidas has come to grace our skyline. And also whether they will be welcoming any ‘trial guests’ anytime soon.
From Saturday, 30 May until Monday, 1 June 2020, we will be continuing construction work on the extra passenger tunnel for Amsterdam Zuid station. Over a three-day period, we will be digging up part of the railway track to work on the foundations for the second roof section of the new Brittenpassage.
The week of 10 February 2020 sees the start of preparations for the construction of two apartment buildings at Beatrixpark. They will be built on the field between the St. Nicolaaslyceum and the Art Chapel and Convict buildings.
The EMA’s new building was completed on 15 November 2019, meaning it was realised within 18 months, which is exceptionally fast. We spoke with the architect Fokke van Dijk, from the Central Government Real Estate Agency, to look back on this very special project where ‘all the pieces fell into place’.
Following two years of construction, the residents of The Gustav are now being issued with the keys to their apartments on a floor-by-floor basis. Thanks to an active group app, most of them already know each other. ‘It already feels familiar’, says Pauline Lingg, one of the lucky few.
Construction of the new European Medicines Agency (EMA) headquarters was officially completed on Friday, 15 November 2019. Minister Bruno Bruins (Medical Care and Sport) complimented everyone involved on this extraordinary achievement.
On 2 November 2019, the first roof section for the extra passageway at Amsterdam Zuid station was inserted into place through the A10 and the railway track. Masses of you watched the event live – either in person or on the webcams. But this was only the start of things to come. Seven questions about what happens next.