Zuidas Architecture: Tower Ten

Zuidas is renowned for its pioneering architecture. As it matures into an international quarter of Amsterdam, buildings are shooting up right and left in Zuidas. Amidst all these modern skyscrapers, i...

Got a Minute?

In recent weeks Zuidas has been bustling again. Normal life is resuming and fortunately many people are brave enough to return to the office. We’re curious to find out how workers and visitors in Zuid...

New tendering process for Zuidasdok

In the coming years, new contractors will be responsible for parts of the Zuidasdok project. Rather than being awarded to a single contractor, the project will be put out to tender again, this time in...

Legal News

Like organizations everywhere, law firms in Zuidas have faced some hurdles in recent months. How do they look back on this period? What sorts of measures did they have to take and what’s their view on...

Sustainable housing in Zuidas for everybody

That Zuidas has come a long way from its beginnings as strictly a business district is no news to Wim Looijen, deputy director at AM, and Edward Zevenbergen, project director at Bouwfonds Property Dev...

Introducing: the Zuidas accessibility task force

The Zuidas Accessibility Task Force was established in 2016 with the purpose of fostering a dialogue between government and the business community in Zuidas about area access. As well as advising gove...

Living in Ravel: the Zuidas of the future

Family-friendly, traffic-restricted, eco-smart. These are some of the key concepts underlying the new Ravel residential neighbourhood. Zuidas Project Manager Monique Soe-Agnie has been working on this...

Got a minute?

Many Zuidas businesses and retailers have had a tough time recently with the Covid-19 outbreak and all the resulting measures. Hello Zuidas decided to take a tour of the district and ask some local bu...

‘Raise the ambition level for Zuidasdok'

Building work on Zuidasdok is set to continue. As became apparent on 26 March 2020, the exploratory study carried out by the Minister of State, Sybilla Dekker, was enough to convince the administrator...