By De Zwarte Hond

Urban development plan for residential area with 470 housing units

Restructuring of Groeseind, Tilburg

The former working-class district of Groeseind, built round the D.P van Maren textile factory, has undergone restructuring. Once a typical pre-war district with small-scale social rented accommodation, sparse greenery and lots of cars parked in the streets, it has been transformed into a fresh, green neighbourhood with an open character that gives the impression of always having been there. It has become a diverse and sought-after neighbourhood with a wide variety of rented and owner-occupied housing that, due to its design, has also given the surrounding neighbourhoods a positive stimulus.

Restructuring of Groeseind

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