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The impact of sustainability on value


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Case study


Park 2020, Hoofddorp, Amsterdam


Designed using the unique cradle-to-cradle© principles, which aims to increase material quality, eliminate waste and create closed-loop cycles for materials, waste, water and energy based on classification of biological or technical nutrient potential.


Developer: Delta Development Group, Volker Wessels, ReggeborghGroup


Size: 88,000 sq m offices Completion: phased completion from 2013 onwards


Tenants:multi-tenant including FIFPro, Plantronics, Bluewater Energy Services Key attributes


• Re-usable structural frame - the building is designed entirely for disassembly


• Onsite water treatment and renewable energy generation


• Designed to enhance the health and wellbeing of occupiers – high levels of natural light, connections with nature, active design, and fresh air


• Diversity is promoted by integrating greenery, bees, butterflies, fresh fruit and vegetables


The construction costs were reduced by 18% and rents are on average 29% higher than nearby conventional offices, 23% return on the sale of the first phase of the development.


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