As part of the restructuring of the Banne North district, the realization of the Kadoeler Breek project has created a special place where residents can continue to live in their own familiar neighbourhood for as long as possible.
This project is currently one of the largest housing projects in Amsterdam.
The main plan for Kadoeler Breek consists of a platform made up of three building components and some detached residential buildings.
The complex consists out of 180 apartments, welfare facilities, a service centre and parking. It also encloses a collective roof garden which overlooks the adjoining nature reserve. These buildings can accommodate various kinds of apartments, such as: market rental, owned and wheelchair friendly apartments.
The various components within the complex have each been given their own identity through use of a colour mix of charcoal, orange and off-white masonry.
How to get there?
When travelling from Amsterdam Central Station, you walk to Central Bus Station East. Here you will have to take bus line 34, to Buikslotermeerplein, and exit the bus at the stop Statenjachtstraat. From there you walk south and turn into the first street on the right, Aakstraat. Then you take another direct turn to the right and you will walk into the Banne Buikslootlaan. To reach the complex you walk to the end of the street and the building complex will be located on the left.