Amsterdam Science Park

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Amsterdam Science Park is a science park in the Oost city district of Amsterdam, The Netherlands with foci on physics, mathematics, information technology and the life sciences. The 70 hectare (175 acre) park provides accommodations for science, business and housing. Resident groups include institutes of the natural science faculties of the University of Amsterdam, several research institutes, and related companies. Three of the colocations of the Amsterdam Internet Exchange are at the institutes SURFsara, NIKHEF, and Equinix-AM3 at the science park.

In 2009, the Amsterdam Science Park railway station was opened by mayor Job Cohen.

Science and business[edit]

AMOLF at the Science Park


At the science park, 314 residences and 721 student units have been completed. An additional 423 residences and 617 student units are planned. [1]


  • Café-restaurant 'Polder' (temporary location adjacent to the historical Anna Hoeve farm)
  • University Sports Centre 'Universum' (official opening October 8, 2010)[2]
  • Sports Café 'Oerknal'
  • Meet & Eat Restaurant
  • Café Maslow
  • Ann's Farm


  1. ^ Living at Science Park Amsterdam Archived September 28, 2007, at the Wayback Machine ; retrieved November 30, 2006 & "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2007-09-28. Retrieved 2015-02-27.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  2. ^ june 2010

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Coordinates: 52°21′22″N 4°57′11″E / 52.356°N 4.953°E / 52.356; 4.953