Knightsbridge in Hyde Park

A new 'hub' for living and enjoying

406 exclusive homes close to Schiphol

In December 2022, Heddes Bouw & Ontwikkeling signed the cooperation agreement for project Knightsbridge. Located 12 minutes from Amsterdam's Zuidas and 4 minutes from Schiphol Airport, the new Hyde Park neighborhood is being built near Hoofddorp train station. A total of some 3,800 apartments will be built here in a lively city park that will also include stores, restaurants and terraces.

  • 406 exclusive homes
  • 12 minutes from Zuidas Amsterdam
  • 4 minutes to Schiphol


The buildings will be constructed in several phases. The Knightsbridge block is being built by Heddes Bouw & Ontwikkeling and consists of 406 luxury apartments. The plan was designed by architect Do Janne Vermeulen of Team V Architecture. Most of the apartments have a private outdoor space. In addition, each resident has access to the beautiful courtyard garden, designed by landscape architect Piet Oudolf.

402 homes,
6 houses

The apartments in Knightsbridge are diverse, high-quality and include studios, two-, three- and four-bedroom apartments, maisonette apartments and penthouses. The block consists of six different buildings, also called "houses", each with its own type of architecture, but forming a single unit together. House one includes 76 apartments, house two 55 apartments, house three 81 apartments, house four 81 apartments, house five 77 apartments and house six 36 apartments.

Diverse audience

Knightsbridge appeals to a diverse audience through its range of housing types, with the aim of creating a pleasant mix of "young and old": couples, young families, empty nesters, seniors and expats. Knightsbridge offers homes for every target group. There will be parking and bicycle storage in the basement. On the first floor there will be space for catering, social facilities and a gym.


Knightsbridge is a sustainable building with high insulation values and its own heat and cold storage system (WKO). All apartments will have their own connection to this heat and cold storage system, which can be used to heat or cool in the summer using the existing underfloor heating.

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Niels Doodeman

Managing Director Heddes Bouw & Ontwikkeling

Niels’ passion for building is reflected at Heddes Bouw & Ontwikkeling, where they face challenges together. After holding a variety of positions, he has been a member of the Board of Management since 2002. In 2011 Heddes Bouw & Ontwikkeling became part of Ballast Nedam, for which Niels has final responsibility as Managing Director.

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