Holland Metropole partner Utrecht is developing together with KEES (Koopmans Bouwgroep (TBI), J.P. van Eesteren (TBI) and Stadswaarde) a new high-rise project with 1,125 homes in the Leidsche Rijn city district of Utrecht, The Netherlands. 60% of all homes will be reserved for people with low or moderate incomes or people with need for special health care.
The project, named MARK, consists of three residential towers ranging in height from 80 to 140 metres. The design is that of a vertical village with patios and green gardens on multiple levels of the complex. Residents can meet, relax and exercise in various places and levels in and outside the buildings. The complex will also have 3,500 places to keep bikes and shared e-bikes and 100 places for shared e-cars for residents to use. When completed, MARK will be the tallest building in Utrecht, outstripping the famous Dom cathedral tower.
Holland Metropole partners Syntrus Achmea and KCAP are also involved in the project.
More information: https://www.mark-utrecht.nl/