The western strip of the Science Park area borders Amsterdam’s ‘Indische buurt’ district and is situated near the center of Amsterdam. The first homes on the Archipelago estate at Amsterdam Science Park were completed in 2007.

Together with the public spaces they make for a park-style residential setting. The apartment blocks have been designed by various architects, so each has a unique character. The development is characterized by its low-car nature, the public space with squares and inner courtyards, and the green, water-rich ambience.

The advantages of living at Amsterdam Science Park

  • Unique location between Amsterdam Oost and Watergraafsmeer
  • Excellent road and public transport links
  • Wide range of unique and spaciously laid out apartments and units
  • Views of the Amsterdam skyline
  • All daily conveniences within walking distance
  • On the outskirts of the Flevopark


Milos complex (formerly The Castle), developed by Heddes Vastgoed in collaboration with Synchroon from a design by HVDN Architecten, won the Zuiderkerk Prize for the best housing project in Amsterdam in 2008. Milos is at the westernmost tip of the Archipelago. 

Milos is an impressive complex surrounded by water, comprising 108 dwellings and a secure parking lot. The dwellings on offer are particularly varied, ranging from tower apartments and penthouses to residences and ground-floor, upstairs and end apartments.

website Milos



Claus en Kaan Architecten in Amsterdam designed Andros, the housing development adjacent to Milos in collaboration with Blauwhoed. The building has several facilities as laundry services, guest rooms, a fitness room and facilitypoint.

website Andros



This building is designed by 24H Architecture and has 87 luxury appartments.

website Samos


Student accommodation for 700 students
: DuWo / Delta Forte
Architect: De Kovel

website DuWo


152 rental apartments (middle)
Architect: Klunder Architecten
Realization: realization 2014
In collaboration with: Blauwhoed and Ymere

Student housing 'Science Park II'

Architect: SJO architecten
Realization: end of 2013
Client: DuWo
This complex, too, reflects the campus-like approach that student housing association DUWO advocates for student accommodation: the impressive building, with both high-rise and low-rise elements, has plenty of places for campus residents to meet up and offers accommodation to 605 students.

Self build project

Realization of apartment complex CPO Science Park consisting of 16 apartments. The expected delivery: November 2018

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