NEW, NOOTDORP, SHOPS
19.000 m2 residences, 16.500 m2 shops, 15.000 m2 parking
ING Real Estate b.v. - The Hague
In Nootdorp a new shopping centre has developed providing shops, offices, residences and horeca. For the benefit of the residents, staff and visitors a parking garage has been realised. This garage is located in the centre of the shopping centre. Parking can be done on four parking storeys on the roof of the shopping storey. Shopping centre De Parade in Nootdorp has received an honourable mention of the ICSC, the International Council of Shopping Centers, in the category New small shopping centres. The jury referred to De Parade as a "valuable inspiration for other projects", among others because of the integration of both old and new, and the presence of many local entrepreneurs. The unique architecture, efficient and intensive usage of space and the cozy and intimate ambience that this creates where also mentioned as criteria for this choice. (ICSC)
The town centre Vleuterweide project is a new district on the west side of the Leidsche Rijn in Utrecht. Narrow streets, squares and traditional Dutch facades are typical for this project. Besides shops, the project also contains a library, music school, cultural centre, health centre and several schools. In the centre of Vleuterweide, apartments and spacious city residences with beautiful outdoor areas have been realised. The apartments are located along the square and almost all have a view over the water. The residences, mostly (senior) apartments, are located above the shops, but are accessible from street level.
NEW, VLEUTEN, RESIDENCES, SHOPS
The new urban centre "Leidsche Rijn Centrum" is a complete and new district in Utrecht, built at the crossroads between the rail line Utrecht - Den Haag and the motorway A2. The new centre has a typical urban and multi functional character and even has its own railway station.
The project consists of many different apartment buildings, designed by renowned architects such as Geurst&Schulze, Kollhoff, Cruz y Ortiz, DOK en Kokon captered in an urban design by Jo Coenen architecten. The street levels have many shops, cafes and restaurants.
NEW, UTRECHT, SHOPS, RESIDENCES
The former Kooiplein underwent a true metamorphosis. The public space was completely redesigned, and several streets were closed off from through traffic. Space was created for water among other things. A new parking garage was realised with around 3.200 m2 of shopping space on ground level. Besides the supermarket, there are also several new shopping units with a flowershop, bakery and horeca. On top of the shops residences have been built. On the other side of the Kooilaan there is another large supermarket.
Because of the expansion in the number of shops, and the great parking facilities, Kooiplein is the lively centre of Leiden Noord. located along the Kooilaan as well as the Willem de Zwijgerlaan and because of the great connection to public transport, this shopping centre has great appeal.
The project was designed in BIM.
NEW, LEIDEN, SHOPS, RESIDENCES