Hundreds of entrepreneurs pour their heart and souls into their businesses and environment there every day. They share the love: with customers, other entrepreneurs, passers-by and with anyone who wants to. Tilburgers work and live together, that gives our city its identity. Moving ahead for years, but we strive the hardest. We look further. Persevere. Try. Sometimes we fall, but always get right back up. Hang on and keep going. Keep going above all.
The foundation for the new Tilburg has been laid, with the city centre as the ultimate calling card of the city. And all of the lovely old culture has been kept. Next to it, new buildings, new enterprises and new initiatives are being erected, together with many new people who have come to love Tilburg. Our city lives, you'll feel it. Take a walk around the nine atmospheric areas that form the city centre and we won't have to tell you anything else. Look for available properties here.
The textile city of Tilburg is dyed in the wool and is in the midst of an unprecedented transformation. A city that is carried by its residents and fans. And pushed up by its entrepreneurs, investors and politicians that dare to act. Throwing their weight behind it to make it something beautiful. You'll see that we attack it with verve in reading this Bidbook City Centre.
Tilburg invests strongly in the city centre. Together with parties such as Wereldhave, Van de Ven Bouw en Ontwikkeling, Van Schijndel Bouwgroep, entrepreneurs and residents, we are building an attractive city centre that is ready for the future. A city centre where people love to shop, live, work and recreate. Where new companies are being established. A city centre with atmosphere, greenspaces and space to meet. We share all of the developments with you via Tof Tilburg.
Sitting back? That's not bestowed on the Tilburg politicians, real estate developers, shopkeepers and residents. They're rapidly creating a new city centre. A centre for trade: the core shopping area of the Netherlands’ sixth city. This is where the greatest inner-city redevelopment in the Netherlands is happening.