Westelijke Tuinsteden

Westelijke Tuinsteden
Amsterdam, Netherlands

The Westelijke Tuinsteden (now Amsterdam Nieuw-West) is a large area of Amsterdam and exist of post-war garden cities Slotermeer, Slotervaart, Geuzenveld, Osdorp and Overtoomse Veld.  

Garden City Type: Mixed (housing association / municipality / other)
  
Country: Netherlands
City: Amsterdam
Years of construction:
1935 Start construction
1965 Completion
  
Initiator/client: Municipality of Amsterdam - Dienst der Publieke Werken
Architect or related:
Cornelis van Eesteren

Urban planner responsible for the 'Algemeen Uitbreidingsplan' (General Expansionplan for Amsterdam).

Heritage status: No
General condition of Garden City: Reasonable condition

General description

The Westelijke Tuinsteden (now Amsterdam Nieuw-West) is a large area of Amsterdam and exist of post-war garden cities Slotermeer, Slotervaart Geuzenveld, Osdorp and Overtoomse Veld.  

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Geuzenveld

Geuzenveld
Amsterdam , Netherlands

Mixed (housing association / municipality / other)
Slotervaart

Slotervaart
Amsterdam, Netherlands

Mixed (housing association / municipality / other)
Osdorp

Osdorp
Amsterdam, Netherlands

Mixed (housing association / municipality / other)
Overtoomse Veld

Overtoomse Veld
Amsterdam, Netherlands

Mixed (housing association / municipality / other)
Slotermeer

Slotermeer
Amsterdam, Netherlands

Mixed (housing association / municipality / other)