The municipality of Amsterdam has signed an agreement for the further development of the so-called mid-area Vivaldi (previously know as Drentepark) with the four owners. The program for this partial project of the Zuidas comprises approx. 86.000 mÃÂ² divided into 51.000 mÃÂ² offices, 27.000 mÃÂ² housing and 3.000 mÃÂ² of facilities.
Vivaldi is situated south of the highway A10 in Amsterdam. For the mid-area (surrounding the auction house SothebyÃ¢â¬â¢s) the municipality has now signed an agreement with Breevast, Corio Netherlands Offices, Nijkerk Holding and Boelex V.o.f.
This signing marks the beginning of the further shaping of plans for the project, which will get the name Boelehoven. The project has been designed by Kees Christiaanse Arhictects & Planners and comprises approx. 86.000 mÃÂ² divided into 51.000 mÃÂ² offices, 27.000 mÃÂ² housing and 3.000 mÃÂ² of facilities. The remaining 5.000 mÃÂ² concerns the SothebyÃ¢â¬â¢s building.
The municipality of Amsterdam has set up a city development plan for the complete development of the Zuidas- partial project Vivaldi. The plans for the mid-area are also taken up in this. For the other partial projects initial agreements have already been signed in 2001 with the consortium Vivaldi; existing of ING Real Estate, Blauwhoed and Bouwfonds. That program will provide the realization of 92.000 mÃÂ² of office space, 93.000 mÃÂ² of housing and 15.000 mÃÂ² of facilities. The most definite part of that is the new building for Ernst & Young of approx. 30.000 mÃÂ².