Dutch headquartered European construction services business VolkerWessels Wessels Rijssen will build an apartment complex of 200 apartments for rent in the medium-price segment on the Beneluxlaan in Utrecht in Netehrland. Real estate investor Altera and Beneluxlaan Utrecht CV have this week reached agreement on the purchase of this newly built apartment complex and so Altera can also give the contract for the construction to Wessels Rijssen.The building will consist of 78 three-bedroom and 122 two-bedroom apartments, ranging in size from 53 square meters to 84 square meters. In addition, the building will include approximately 600 square meters of commercial space, 87 parking spaces including charging spots and shared cars and 667 bicycle parking spaces.The building will be equipped with solar panels with the EQw system. The EQw system is a collective installation that provides heat and cold to residential and commercial properties using a power plant located centrally in the building. To reduce heat stress and flooding, a retention area with a green roof will provide water buffering and promote biodiversity in the city.The project site is located on the corner of Beneluxlaan and Vasco da Gammalaan in Utrecht. The start of the first works is planned for August 2022.