Campus 026 Arnhem



This building is a beautiful example of how conversion of vacant buildings helps revitalise areas.


  • 97 self-contained studios
  • Laundrette
  • Courtyard garden
  • Bicycle parking
  • Storage

Facts and Figures

  • Handover date

    july 2016

  • Construction method


  • Target group

  • Owner

    B-Right Urban Living

  • Architect

    Architecten en Adviseursbureau de Loods

  • Developer

    B-Right Urban Living

  • Contractor

    Bouwgroep Moonen Den Bosch

  • Management

    Plaza Resident Services

  • Former function

  • Awards

Campus 026 in Arnhem is a beautiful example of how a disused office complex can be turned into a residential complex that helps revitalise the neighbourhood. Reducing vacant buildings within a priority area, such as the inner city, is important as they are the most future-proof locations in the city and the places where vacant buildings are most visible.The former UWV (Employee Insurance Agency) office in the city centre was heavily outdated and has stood empty for a number of years. The building has been completely stripped and converted into a residential complex for single-person households. The full-service apartments are furnished in a contemporary style. The building also includes a camera-monitored bicycle parking, a meeting point, laundrette and a beautiful patio garden where residents can socialise. That's how B-Right Urban Living contributes to the improvement and embellishment of the heart of Arnhem.