Amsterdam is reinventing its iconic Red Light District with a groundbreaking 5,000 square meter high-rise, housing hotel rooms, offices, bars, and more. This audacious project, commissioned by the city government, aims to redefine the district’s image. The goal? To attract clients and reduce over-tourism, boosting sex workers’ income while enhancing privacy. However, residents’ concerns about noise and safety persist. Two potential locations, North and South Amsterdam, are under consideration. As controversy swirls, the mayor envisions an elegant, multifunctional space inspired by innovative architects. Meanwhile, Amsterdam also contemplates replacing historic public urinals with advanced AI-powered facilities. Explore these captivating stories on Nebula.
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