Blokken B&C Amstelstation

Amsterdam, 2022

HEMbrug

Zaandam, 2025

Aquatic Centre Ronse

Ronse, 2019

Bicycle parking Beursplein

Amsterdam, 2018

News: July 31, 2018

VenhoevenCS designs two residential blocks opposite Amstel Station

On July 26 the municipality of Amsterdam awarded the contract for the development of the two residential blocks opposite Amstelstation to MRP Development and VenhoevenCS. The buildings will include 200 apartments, a supermarket, a grand café, an incubator and a range of commercial and social facilities. 80% of the apartments is intended for middle incomes, 20% for the private rental sector.   The two blocks combine urban functions with a beautiful and save living environment for families and youngsters. Both target groups which nowadays have a hard time finding a place to live in the center of Amsterdam.   Alderman Laurens Ivens (Building & Living): “These rental houses are needed in order to offer the middle incomes enough affordable housing. Amsterdam must remain a city where there is space for everybody to live, regardless of income.”   Completion is scheduled in 2022

News: July 13, 2018

Officially opening underground bike parking Beursplein

Friday 13 july, the renewed beursplein will be officially opened. The brand-new bike parking under need the square offers parking spots for 1700 bikes.   Alderman Sharon Dijksma (mobility): “Beursplein has regained the grandeur it once had. The fountains and the monumental lampposts are restored and placed back in their original positions. Also, the trees and benches are situated there where they were meant to be in the design of 1898. With the completion of this project we have realized a comfortable bike parking under need the square and oasis of peace on top of it. Amsterdam has got a beautiful new green square”
Blokken B&C Amstelstation HEMbrug Aquatic Centre Ronse Bicycle parking Beursplein VenhoevenCS designs two residential blocks opposite Amstel Station Officially opening underground bike parking Beursplein