Highest point reached on 148 apartments ’t Zand in Utrecht

VABO Ontwikkeling/Looye Vastgoed has topped out the ’t Zand project in Utrecht on behalf of Altera Vastgoed. The project comprises 148 apartments divided over three building blocks. A large number of the rental units will be realised under the conditions of the City of Utrecht’s Mid-Rent Action Plan.

The structural work for the first two buildings has now been completed. Next are the façade closure and the finishing phase. Meanwhile, work on the foundations for the third building block is in full swing, and the contractor will begin installing the prefab concrete elements for the shell before the summer holidays.

The first block will house 47 apartments and 38 parking spaces. In addition, there will be a total of approximately 272 m² of commercial space available on the ground floor. The second block comprises 54 apartments and 39 parking spaces, and approximately 388 m² of commercial space at street level. Finally, the third block offers 47 apartments and 35 parking spaces, and 173 m² of commercial space. All three buildings will have a communal bike shed on the ground floor.

Buildings 1 (Karakter) and 2 (Waterval) are slated for completion in the first quarter of 2022, while the third building (Harlekijn) is expected to be completed in the third quarter.

Location

The apartment complexes are being constructed in the Het Zand district, in the heart of Leidsche Rijn. The centre of Utrecht is just five minutes away by train, while the neighbourhood itself offers lots of greenery and a wide variety of amenities. Situated in fast-developing Leidsche Rijn, Het Zand is set to become a multifunctional urban residential area with great facilities, from shopping and recreation to education and small businesses.

For more information and availability, go to the project’s website.

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