‘Huge residential towers at Stadhuisplein’

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A huge residential block may go up on the north-east side of Stadhuisplein. The tower could reach a height of 160 or 175 metres, the ED (Eindhoven Daily Newspaper), writes.

Construction might also begin on the opposite side of the Town Hall, on the site of the old ABN-Amro building, and Begijnenhof. A first draft has been made for a residential tower of 130 metres here.

This is evident in the first ideas for the area, which will be developed in the coming years. A year ago, the Municipality announced that Stadhuisplein is to undergo a metamorphosis.

So, a number of parties, such as Certitudo Capital and Certitudo are now working on that redevelopment. The companies do not want to reveal much about the concrete construction plans. The plans also are still at an early stage.

“We have some ideas and sketches. Before we can go ahead, we need to wait for the urban planning vision for Stadhuisplein. This is being prepared by City Manager, Winy Maas”, René Clijssen of Certitudo Capital says in the newspaper.

First, officials must move from the Municipal offices to other locations in the city. The Municipal offices can be demolished for new construction in 2020, after the summer.

Source: www.studio040.nl

Translated by: Bob

Edited by: Melinda

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