It will certainly be striking, the new Crossover complex that “area developer” AM is going to build in the Zuidas. It should be a green and sustainable building for entrepreneurs and starters on the housing market.
The special feature of this complex, which is due to rise on the corner of the A10 Zuid exit and the Europaboulevard in spring 2023, is that offices will be combined with social housing. There will be room for sixty “first-time home buyers” and an equal number of status holders. These homes will be managed by De Key housing corporation.
This housing concept contributes to the ambition of De Key to make and keep Amsterdam accessible for young people with a small budget,” says Eelco Siersema, Director of Real Estate for De Key. ‘De Key is renting these homes with a lease for the period of five years in order to promote the flow.’
But the Crossover building will also include 12,000 square feet of office space, ten owner-occupied homes and a 250-square-foot plinth for hospitality and social-society spaces. At the bottom of the building there will be a parking garage with eighty spaces, with spaces also reserved for car sharing.
Crossover is intended to be a “dynamic and bold” building, designed by Team V Architecture. All the roofs and terraces have space for water storage and both the offices and the apartments have access to spacious, green terraces. BAM Wonen is building the complex.
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