Area development

Of the total building area of 500,000 square metres, 400,000 square metres are to be developed at Science Park Amsterdam in the coming years. A large proportion of this for new office space and commercial premises. A third of the development area has been set aside for education and research.

Science Park Amsterdam is a place where innovative science comes together with industry, housing and relaxation. The area has been designed by KCAP Architects & Planners and Karres & Brands landschapsarchitecten, who are also supervising its development.

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Completed

  • 2007-2012 completion of 1,870 accommodation units for students, private housing and residentials in the private rental sector
  • 2009 (1 February) temporary café-restaurant Polder (permanent hospitality business in historical farm Anna Hoeve, 2012)
  • 2009 (20 February) completion of first phase of new Science Faculty building (55,000 m²)
  • 2009 (8 April) occupation of 150 kV power station by energy supplier Liander
  • 2009 (8 April) completion of Science Park by-pass and extension of bus route 40 and rush-hour bus route 240
  • 2009 completion of new AMOLF building (8,740 m2)
  • 2009 completion of renovated and expanded CWI (new building 4,000 m2) (official opening November 11, 2010)
  • 2009 (13 December) first train from railway station Amsterdam Science Park
  • 2010 (June) Anna Hoeve park square
  • 2010 (July) completion of University Sports Centre (10,000 m2) incl. sportscafé Oerknal (Big Bang) (opened October 8, 2010)
  • 2010 (summer) completion of second phase of new Science Faculty building (45,000 m²) (official opening November 24, 2010)

Planned

  • 2011 start of construction of multi-tenant company building (company accommodation/lab facilities) Matrix VI
  • 2012 completion of Amsterdam University College (AUC)
  • 2012 completion of 650 AUC student units
  • 2013 completion of indirect junction of Amsterdam ring road A10
  • 2013 completion of hotel and congress facilities
  • Several office and lab space buildings
  • Future: Science#1: definitive company accommodation (25,000 m² step-by-step)
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