Developer Van Wijnen Projectontwikkeling West BV has handed over the keys to the remaining homes of the Aangenaam Legmeer residential project in Uithoorn to Real estate investor Altera Vastgoed.
The 30 new-build family homes have all been let and were completed in three stages. The project is part of the Aangenaam Legmeer urban regeneration which will boast a total of 173 new homes.
The homes vary in size between 130 m² and 140 m². The homes are gas-free and highly energy-efficient thanks to the installation of triple glazing, balance ventilation with heat recovery and an A+++ heat pump. The heat pump replaces the central heating boiler and works with the low-temperature under-floor heating to ensure a pleasant indoor climate. Hot water is supplied from a 200-litre water storage tank that is connected to the heat pump. In-roof solar panels have been installed.
Erwin Wessels, CIO of Altera: “Our goal is to expand our young and sustainable portfolio of private sector rented homes in strong housing markets where housing, shopping and recreation reinforce each other. Aangenaam Legmeer is such a sustainable development in a central location, making it a perfect fit for our residential fund.”
The new residents of the phase 3 properties received the keys last week. Jolet Verhoeven and Jorn Jeremiasse, residents at Aangenaam Legmeer: “As a young couple, we wanted to live in a cosy neighbourhood with young families and a short commute to work. After years in student housing and a smaller apartment, we felt we needed more space and an outdoor area as well. Of course, energy-efficiency and affordability were also important factors, which is why we opted for this central location close to facilities for our daily needs, the motorway, bus connections, Amsterdam Airport Schiphol and the future metro stop.”
The Legmeer West residential neighbourhood is located on the edge of the Uithoorn municipality, bordering the Aalsmeer and Amstelveen municipalities. The range of homes in this new neighbourhood is very diverse, however most of the properties are terraced homes or corner homes with a garden.
The urban development plan was drawn up by an alliance of architects including Mulleners+Mulleners, Atelier Dutch and MTD Landschapsarchitecten and was commissioned by Van Wijnen. This collaboration combines high-quality urban development, architecture and landscaping.
REBO Vastgoed Management will manage the property on behalf of Altera Vastgoed.