Based on the ambition to accommodate a wider target group with a strong neighbourhood feeling, 162 dwellings have been realised where the zoning plan envisaged 120 dwellings. The typolic change from row houses to residential buildings requires a good connection to the urban structure of the plan.
Building entrances connect to logical walking and sightlines. This ties the residential buildings to their surroundings. These entrances activate the urban space and at night serve as 'lanterns' that enhance liveability and social safety. Richly planted margin strips form a gradual transition between private and public; the home and the square. End walls overgrown with climbing plants emphasise meeting places in the neighbourhood. The transitions from public square to collective courtyards are carefully designed with elements such as a brick stairway stand that aligns with the monumental slaughter street.