In development

In development

Maarsen Groep develops commercial real estate and apartments. Independent, versatile, enterprising and with a long term focus.

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    De Connectie
    Startbaan, Amstelveen
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    De Connectie
    Startbaan, Amstelveen
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    De Connectie
    Startbaan, Amstelveen

The existing building on the Startbaan will eventually make room for housing. The location lends itself well for a combination of single-family homes and apartments. The plans have been designed in consultation with the municipality, in connection with the surrounding housing construction, while maintaining the green character of its surroundings.

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    Caritas & Fortitudo
    Postjesweg, Amsterdam
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    Caritas & Fortitudo
    Postjesweg, Amsterdam
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    Caritas & Fortitudo
    Postjesweg, Amsterdam
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    Caritas & Fortitudo
    Postjesweg, Amsterdam
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    Caritas & Fortitudo
    Postjesweg, Amsterdam
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    Caritas & Fortitudo
    Postjesweg, Amsterdam
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    Caritas & Fortitudo
    Postjesweg, Amsterdam
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    Caritas & Fortitudo
    Postjesweg, Amsterdam
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    Caritas & Fortitudo
    Postjesweg, Amsterdam

The office building on the Postjesweg will eventually be redeveloped into housing. The location is ideal for the construction of (rental) apartments. The housing plans are developed in consultation with the municipality and with respect for the immediate environment.

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    The Modernist
    Kruisplein, Rotterdam
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    The Modernist
    Kruisplein, Rotterdam
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    The Modernist
    Kruisplein, Rotterdam
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    The Modernist
    Kruisplein, Rotterdam

The final part of the redevelopment of the Weenapoint complex will take place at the Kruisplein. Architect Jacob van Rijs (MVRDV) is responsible for the design of The Modernist: high-quality entrances and shops on the ground floor, approx. 14,000 m² of high-quality office space and approximately 300 apartments, with a magnificent view over the city. The design is inspired by modernism that is so characteristic of Rotterdam's architecture from the 1950s and 1960s.

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    Open
    Professor E.M. Meijerslaan, Amstelveen
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    Open
    Professor E.M. Meijerslaan, Amstelveen
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    Open
    Professor E.M. Meijerslaan, Amstelveen
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    Open
    Professor E.M. Meijerslaan, Amstelveen
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    Open
    Professor E.M. Meijerslaan, Amstelveen

OPEN is a high-quality and energy-neutral office building of approximately 18,000 m2 GFA. It is rising in the Kronenburg district, the largest office location in Amstelveen and one of the largest in the Amsterdam Metropolitan Area. This area of approximately 25 hectares will be transformed into a dynamic all-round campus in the coming decade. A place where working, living and meeting come together. With OPEN as the center.

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    Klaprozenweg
    Buiksloterham, Amsterdam Noord
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    Klaprozenweg
    Buiksloterham, Amsterdam Noord
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    Klaprozenweg
    Buiksloterham, Amsterdam Noord

The Buiksloterham district (Amsterdam Noord) is transforming from a mono-functional industrial area on the outskirts of the city to a mixed city centre on the IJ. With a view on the water, residential and work buildings are rising next to each other, while retaining the industrial character of the location.

On the corner of Klaprozenweg and Papaverweg there is room for a landmark building, with approximately 64 affordable, circular homes. The residential program consists mainly of 2- and 3-room apartments intended to be rented out.

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    De Distel
    Distelweg, Amsterdam
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    De Distel
    Distelweg, Amsterdam
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    De Distel
    Distelweg, Amsterdam

The Buiksloterham district (Amsterdam Noord) is transforming from a mono-functional industrial area on the outskirts of the city to a mixed city centre on the IJ. With a view on the water, residential and work buildings are rising next to each other, while retaining the industrial character of the location.

The existing buildings on Distelweg 78 - 80 will be partly demolished in order to add approximately 140 new homes, business premises and parking spaces. The (mainly) 2- and 3-room apartments are being developed as rental properties and will be added to the Maarsen Group residential portfolio.

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    Bovenkerkerweg
    Bovenkerkerpolder, Amstelveen
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    Bovenkerkerweg
    Bovenkerkerpolder, Amstelveen
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    Bovenkerkerweg
    Bovenkerkerpolder, Amstelveen

On the edge of the Bovenkerkerweg in Amstelveen, the existing, outdated office buildings will be demolished to make room for affordable housing. In 2021, an area vision will first be drawn up for the various developments on the east side of the Bovenkerkerweg. Subsequently, the plan for approximately 250 sustainable and nature-inclusive rental and owner-occupied apartments will be developed. The plans are developed with respect for the existing greenery and the wishes of the surrounding residential area.

The rental homes will be realized for the housing portfolios of Maarsen Groep and partner Zadelhoff.