Jet Happel

Jet

Jet Happel

Head of Creative Development

Jet has worked at G&S since 2009. As head of creative development she is leading G&S’s creative teams which means responsible for all concepts, marketing, communications and residential sales related matters.
 
After winning the competition with Wonderwoods in Utrecht in 2017 she also started as a co-creator of Nowhere on behalf of G&S Vastgoed. For G&S’s real estate developments Jet is involved from the start and creates new concepts and ideas.
 
Work that she proudly presents are projects like Wonderwoods, CHANEL’s 1000 Mahlerlaan, the iconic Atrium and high-end residential building 900 Mahler. As co-creator of Nowhere she develops together with a team of professionals a profitably business case for this art space. Nowhere is space where new technology and nature meet. It will host immersive, generative digital-art exhibitions, experiences and inviting large audiences to play with the future.
 
She firmly believes that creativity is the catalyst for building successful real estate projects and strong concepts.

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Jason Blackmore

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Jason Blackmore

Director

After working as a real estate agent for six years at DTZ Zadelhoff Amsterdam and Hoofddorp, in 1998 Jason made the move to G&S Vastgoed. His first role was commercial adjunct director and later he became commercial director. In 2011, Jason’s success in these roles led to him being appointed managing director.

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Ivo Taal

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Ivo Taal

Senior Developer

As a development manager at G&S Vastgoed, Ivo plays a central role between stakeholders in the municipality and the local area as well as serving the needs of consultants and contractors. His aim is always to achieve the optimum result for the customer and construction team.

Ivo graduated from the Faculty of Architecture at TU Delft with a specialism in building and property management.

He worked as a developer at Breevast for seven years before joining G&S Vastgoed where he has lately been working on the redevelopment of the Atrium, one of the original Zuidas buildings.

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