Published: 20 October Last change: November 1 8979
At the Binckhorst in The Hague, Stebru starts with the construction of Vesteda’s Frank is a Binck project, which combines living and working. The start of construction shows that the redevelopment of the Binckhorst is accelerating. At the real estate exchange Provada a toast was made to the start of construction.
Frank is a BinckFrank is a Binck is a project which is located in the heart of the new Binckhorst, on the water of the Binkhaven and at the intersection Melkweg/Saturnusstraat. The project has a varied program and will be an attractive and lively building. With a total of 205 residences, of which 20% social, 28% regulated mid-range and 47% free sector rental apartments. In addition, there is room for 4.202 m2 commercial functions, catering and a large indoor parking garage.
Living, working, relaxing Frank is a Binck is part of the redevelopment of the Hague Binckhorst, where in the first phase 5.000 homes are being realized. Living, working and relaxing will soon merge seamlessly in the area. These functions are integrated within one complex at Frank is a Binck. In addition to the Van Klingeren pavilion, an important part of the project is the nature-inclusive and climate-adaptive roof garden. This also stimulates space for encounters between residents and users of the complex.
Alderman Anne Mulder: “In the coming years we will develop de Binckhorst to a mixed residential and work area. An area where it is pleasant to live and work, with lots of greenery and facilities. With the construction of Frank is a Binck, an important contribution is made to the transformation of the Binckhorst. The rebuilding of the Van Klingeren pavilion fits well with the raw and industrial character of the area.” Frank van KlingerenIn Frank is a Binck, a piece of history returns. The steel pavilion by reconstruction architect Frank van Klingeren will be rebuilt on the harbor side and will become part of the new complex with a catering and residential function.