In the subarea of Beekpark, 80 residences are built around an inner courtyard. The project lies next to the amenities of the city, but still provides peace and quiet. In Vosselmansstraat there are apartments above shops and in the narrower side streets, city houses and modest apartments of three stories tall. Individual private terraces look out over the courtyard. Typical Apeldoorn-style see-throughs, from broad to extremely narrow, show off the green courtyard to the surrounding streets.
Basement entrances add a British touch, giving the apartments a flair and a sense of privacy with the option of a stair down to the basement. This opens up additional possibilities such as working at home, cooking in the basement or putting up a semi-dependent relative. Cars can be parked indoors beneath the spacious and comfortable house, which offers a lot of flexibility. In-your-face masonry and a brick type to match largely define the architecture. Each unit in the ensemble is marked by a plant box at the front door. A profusion of these boxes grace the facades of the apartment buildings, thereby extending the green regime right up to here.