New development Paasheuvelweg 22 Amsterdam

A new complex, designed by Dam & Partners Architecten, is being realised on the plot located at Paasheuvelweg 22 (Amsterdam), currently occupied by two office buildings. The new building will combine a mix of residential, commercial and social uses, offering a total of 162 apartments and approx. 9,600 m² of office space. To stimulate a vibrant local atmosphere, the building will also house social / public facilities including a gymnasium, hospitality and retail units.

Volumes Small - Medium - Large
View from Muntbergweg
Green corridor

Amstel III Residential Area
The residential part of the Amsterdam Zuidoost district is expanding. In the years ahead, Amstel III will transform from a neighbourhood dominated by offices into a bustling urban neighbourhood offering a pleasant setting for living, working and social activities. Some 5,000 smaller city homes will be built here in the period up to 2027. After that year, it is possible that another 10,000 homes may be realised here. In addition, schools, childcare, hospitality and health facilities, a youth centre, supermarkets, outdoor sports facilities and parks will also be realised in this area in the future. Parks for sports and recreation will fill the space alongside the railway line and between the ArenA and Ikea. The area will stimulate people to walk, cycle and use public transport.

The new building will be made up of a composite volume consisting of offices, homes, amenities and parking space. The volume of the new building was determined on the basis of the vision for the area drawn up by the City of Amsterdam, which specifies a scale mix of Small – Medium – Large. The aim of this scale mix is to distribute the building mass across the plot. Two “large” volumes of differing heights stand on a “medium” plinth. A “small” volume of homes with ground-level access runs along the corridor. This allows the plan to relate to both the larger scale of the city and the street-level experience.

The complex consists of two towers of approx. 43 and 61 metres tall, linked at ground level. A fully underground basement car park will run below the whole of the building, offering 107 parking spaces. In addition, at ground level and on the 1st floor, there will be parking space for bicycles and scooters. A total of 162 apartments will be realised in the higher tower and partly at ground level, of which 32 are designated for social housing and 130 apartments for the medium segment. The two and three-bedroom apartments range in size from 57 to 91 m² and all have their own outdoor space (balcony).

The ten-storey tower is designated for office space (approx. 9,600 m² in total). Each floor has its own outdoor space, and spacious roof gardens will be realised on a number of the levels. The plinth joining the towers to one another will house a hospitality outlet, gymnasium and retail units.

The residential and office towers will have separate entrances. The green patio on the ground floor, adjoining the homes with ground-floor access, will also provide access to the hospitality features.

The architecture of the various volumes will clearly reflect the roles they house. The office tower will have large, floor-to-ceiling, windows on all sides. These glass expanses will be broken up horizontally by white concrete bands and vertically by red/terracotta natural stone piers/columns. The residential tower will be finished in red “terrazzo” (polished) prefab concrete, combined with anthracite aluminium frontages covering the entire height of each level. The (“small-scale”) homes with ground-floor access will be built entirely of wood, both in terms of structure and finish. The facades will be finished in blackened Shou Sugi wood, in combination with a lighter-coloured wood.

The walkway and publicly accessible outside space will be provided with greenery and finished to a high standard.

Parties involved
Architect: Dam & Partners B.V.
Structural Engineer: Van Rossum Raadgevende Ingenieurs B.V.
Installation Consultant: Valstar Simonis B.V.
Building Physics & Fire Safety: Peutz B.V.
Building Feasibility Study: BRO adviseurs in ruimtelijke ordening, economie en milieu B.V.
Demolition Work: I. Deegen & Zn. B.V.

The parties which will carry out the actual construction of the new building have not yet been selected.


Sustainability will be taken into account in the project in the aspects construction, use of materials and putting into use of the building. Use will be made of all roof surfaces to make a positive contribution to the requirements in terms of sustainability in this area. This will include rainwater capture, roof gardens aimed at increasing biodiversity and the generation of power through solar panels.

The aim is to obtain WELL-Gold certification for the shell of the entire building. Depending on the wishes of the tenants, this could also apply to the finishing / fitting-out of the building. WELL is the first and only certification system focused specifically on the health and wellbeing of the users of a building. This certification picks out seven areas of focus: air, water, light, power supply, vitality, comfort and a healthy mind-set. These elements are based on scientific medical research and form the foundation of the WELL Building Standard.


Demolition of the two buildings at Paasheuvelweg 22 A and B is currently underway. Work on laying the foundations can begin as soon as the demolition work is complete. The entire construction period will take approximately 24 months. The project will be delivered in phases in mid-2023.

Start of demolition work: January 2021
Start of building work: June 2021
Construction period: approx. 24 months
Delivery: June 2023 (in phases)

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