MVRDV’s Valley is already hosting its first tenants and will open in July

The mixed-use project in the Zuidas area, Amsterdam’s financial district, will open its doors to the public on 8 July.

In the last twenty years, the Amsterdam’s district of Zuidas has developed into a main international business centre. The development of Valley, designed by MVRDV, is part of the city’s aim to transforming it into a more liveable and complete urban area, welcoming  a large amounts of residents and additional public facilities over the next decade.

Developed for EDGE Technologies, the 75,000 square-meter mixed-use project contains 200 apartments, shops, seven storeys of office spaces, cultural institutes and a creative centre, as well as a three-storey underground parking with 375 parking spots. From the street level, a pedestrian path – developing along retails functions, terraces and roof gardens – leads up to the central publicly accessible valley-area spreading across the building’s podium, at 4th and 5th floor, and surrounding the central tower.

The project – with its stone terraces, bay-windows and balconies – brings also greenery to the district. The vegetation has been designed by the landscape architect Piet Oudolf, who focused on the possibility to have a year-round green appearance.

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