Projects: Pending


 

Opus Nijmegen

The historical building, OPUS, has been built in 1921 and is adjacent to the Vierdaagseplein in Nijmegen. The Vierdaagseplein is part of the Wedren (the starting point of the 4-day walk held in Nijmegen).

The realization of this new hospitality concept is in its end phase now. This is concept makes the most of a new concept of meeting, staying, working, gastronomy, special events and health. This development gets strategic dimension rollouts to other locations. 

Status: project is now in effect

 

Donjon Nijmegen

The restoration of the historical Donjon-tower at the Valkhofpark Nijmegen is going to start in 2017. HaystackCorp has already developed an integral experience and hospitality plan: in 1996 a plan was presented to redevelop Valkburcht and all surroundings. Multiple protected monuments, Internationally renowned planners, cultural historians, architects and landscape architects and city economists such as Darell Fowler, Greg Ashworth, Andreas Calvetti, Jo Coenen, Ubbo Hylkema, and Frank Go have contributed.

The HaystackCorp team has made this plan achievable even though some plans were not entirely operational due to social divisions. Not less enthusiastic and convinced about the master plan of the entire area, he has advised the city to start with the Donjon project. This advice can be seen as historical: the project is effect now. 

 

Waalpanorama

A special living environment has arisen in the harbor of the old city of Nijmegen. In a central position within the area, bordering the historical rail bridge over the Waal in Nijmegen, the harbor, and the nearby famous Kronenburgerpark is, has the Wall panorama plan been developed. Living, leisure, and working are central themes in this high-rise project. Besides this, a “city balcony”, a landscape setting, an enormous parking space for residents and visitors will be developed. This project is a collaboration with D&M proporties.

Status: Realisation Masterplan phase

 

Metterswane

As part of an urban restructuring of the Nijmegen station square, a new historical entrance hall will be built right in front of the historical entrance hall, a unique and vast urban icon designed by Barcode Architects. HaystackCorp is responsible for the location acquisition, concept development and the starting phase of the architecture. The project will be developed and realized in collaboration of KWP.

Status: Construction preparations