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Pipeline24 August 2018

Yotel Amsterdam Noord

Being Development starts construction of a sustainable hotel in Amsterdam

Scheduled for Summer 2019 – 202 Rooms

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Real estate developer Being Development in partnership with Valuas and CommonWealth Investments has today announced the start of construction of the predominant circular hotel in the fast developing Amsterdam - Noord.

Designed by Studioninedots, Delva Landscape Architecs and DesignAgency, the hotel will become a place where smart design meets innovation and sustainability, firmly rooted in the circular Buiksloterham area of Amsterdam - Noord. The 202 room hotel development marks the second hotel under construction to Being Developments growing hotel portfolio, that includes nhow Amsterdam RAI hotel, an iconic 650 room hotel, and Aloft Utrecht, to become the first WELL certified hotel in the world.

The integrated development proces included a collaboration between various advisors, the municipality of Amsterdam and the local neighbourhood. The hotel will be build by Heddes and Ursem, both part of construction conglomerate Ballast Nedam. Due to the fast, modular construction proces the hotel will already open its doors in the summer of 2019.

In order to realize its sustainable ambitions, the hotel has implemented sustainable characteristics at various levels, with the guiding principles of the Circular Buiksloterham Manifesto. Next to the sustainable advantages of modular construction, the hotel strives for a BREEAM New Construction Excellent rating, of which a rating of 78,8% for the Design part has yet proudly been achieved. The 'As Built' is expected to achieve an Excellent rating as well.

Dirk Dekker, co - founder Being Development: "We are excited to start construction of this exciting, qualitative and predominantly circular hotel. Yotel Amsterdam is a unique hotel development in terms of integrating sustainability, smart design, technology and hospitality. It is our aim to create an inclusive and positive environment, where international visitors meet the local community. The hotel encourages a sustainable and healthy lifestyle reflecting the idea of 'a new spring, a new sound'."

The hotel operated by YOTEL, is situated at the waterfront and will be surrounded by a green oasis. It houses a public lobby, restaurant, exhibition space and garden with terrace. A place for visitors, Amsterdam citizens and the local community to enjoy.

Project credits: • Developer: Being Development • Operator: YOTEL • Architect: Studioninedots • Interior Architect: DesignAgency • Landscape Architect: Delva Landscape Architects • Constructor: IMd raadgevende adviseurs • Installations Consultant and BREEAM: Techniplan • Acoustics and firesafety consultant: Arup • Sustainability consultant: Copper8 • Remediation: Markus in cooperation with Reaseuro • Main contractor - Heddes, part of Ballast Nedam • Sub contractor - modular systems: Ursem Modulaire Bouwsystemen, part of Ballast Nedam • Sub contractor installations: Schouten Techniek • Sub contractor construction: Pieters bouwtechniek • Ates: Eteck in cooperation with Schouten Techniek • Construction cost consultant: BBN • Construction management: BBC

About Being Development

Being Development is an ambitious company developing real estate based on an end user perspective, while respecting the natural environment. Her goal is to create sustainable values in real estate, to elevate the quality of life and to create a social inclusive and sustainable society. Being Development is the first Dutch real estate company with a B Corporation certification. www.beingdevelopment.nl

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