1600 homes in sustainable Lincoln Park
In Lincoln Park, residents together create their own place to live and work. They share facilities, such as outdoor space. The district will have an excellent network of cycle paths and there will be plenty of space for walking. In addition to owned cars, the parking buildings also contain shared cars and bicycles. As a result, a private car or second car is often not necessary. There is room for shared facilities such as workplaces and parcel points. Due to the park-like design of the district, there are many meeting places, where there is room for activities or a chat.
Mix of price ranges and features
Lincoln Park has space for approximately 1,600 homes with a mix of different home sizes and price ranges, for sale and rent. Small businesses, workplaces and facilities and 50 to 100 social care homes will also be built in the district. In addition, the district will have two supermarkets, two schools and a sports hall.
The land for the new district will not be put on the market in one or two times. Alderman Jurgen Nobel: “In the coming years we will always be giving out a limited number of plots of land because we want to learn from the experiences. Developers are challenged to build sustainably and circularly in order to fulfill the project objectives. We will actively share the knowledge we gain.” Groups of private individuals are given the opportunity to build homes together in Lincoln Park through Collective Private Commissioning.
Thanks to its location and connection to Haarlem, Leiden and Amsterdam, Lincoln Park is an ideal place to live and work. Alderman Jurgen Nobel: “Lincoln Park is a unique combination, because residents get to live in a park, the sustainable character and the space for meeting. We will select the developers for the first lots from 2022. This means that the first homes will be delivered from 2024.”Read more