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Antwerp looks to the future
At Mipim, the City of Antwerp highlighted some of the projects through which Antwerp is, in its own words, ‘quickly becoming the rising star of capital investment’. The city is also now ranked third for connectivity in the FDI (Financial Times) report ‘European Cities and Regions of the Future 2018/2019. This includes both physical and digital infrastructure such as ...
| 20/03/2018

Manufacturing must be in the mix - citydev
Citydev.brussels used its presentation in the Belgian Pavilion at Mipim to explain not only some of its semi-industrial projects, but also the reasons why this type of activity is important in an urban environment. Under the title of ‘Manufacturing in the City to Manufacture the City’, CEO Benjamin Cadranel started by saying that mono-functional projects no longer met the ...
| 19/03/2018

MediaPark in the spotlight at Mipim
A major presentation by the Brussels capital Region at Mipim outlined the philosophy and importance of the MediaPark project at Reyers (Schaerbeek). The SAU, along with Brussels foreign Trade Minister Cécile Jodogne, pointed out that the Region now owns the entirety of the site with the exception of the plots on which the new RTBF and RTB television stations ...
| 16/03/2018

Mipim Awards for Antwerp and Brussels
As has become traditional over the past decade or so, Belgium was once again on the podium at the prestigious Mipim Awards this year. Of the four Belgian projects which had made it to the finals in their respective categories, two were crowned winners. Firstly, the spectacular Antwerp Port House, by Zaha Hadid Architects, was elected ‘Best Refurbished Building’. Joining ...
| 16/03/2018

Charleroi in major regeneration
One of the opening events of the Belgian Pavilion on the second day of Mipim was a presentation of the projects and philosophy of the city of Charleroi, by Mayor Paul Magnette. He started with a few figures, just to put Charleroi into context. There are some 200,000 inhabitants, but 600,000 in the greater metropolitan area. And Paul Magnette ...
| 14/03/2018

Atenor emphasises 'political will and means'
Atenor has just published its results for the 2017 financial year, and outlined the current state of its business and its projects. Where the results are concerned, operating result amounted to 35.38 million Euros, largely due to the sale of 3 buildings of the Vaci Greens project in Budapest and to the delivery of the office portion of the ...
| 13/03/2018

Forward-looking Mipim opens
The world’s most important professional real estate show – Mipim – opened its doors today in Cannes with a number of changes. First of all, there is a large ‘innovation’ section with many companies operating in the world of the changing way we consider real estate and allied subjects. As an example of this, a conference (moderated by a ...
| 13/03/2018

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In recent years, corporates have sought to maintain a firm control on operational costs without stifling opportunities and performance. Born from this delicate balance are workplace changes and trends focussing on technology, productivity and flexible working to better align real estate with the wider strategic goals of the business.
20/12/2017 - -
Upon request from Extensa, for the future metamorphosis and development of the 40 ha Tour & Taxis site, Vincent Callebaut is sharing with us his concept for rehabilitating the historical ‘Maritime Station’ involving 40,000 m2 of offices, meeting and exhibition facilities, and further developing on the site 85,000 m2 of dwellings across three green residential towers, each 100 meters high and surrounded by ‘vertical forests’.
06/12/2017 - -
The Liège CHU (University Hospital Centre) has recently made a move which is a first for Wallonia: it is bringing all of its support services together on a common site. This large scale logistics operation comes with a fiscal element which also represents a precedent… and may give ideas to others.
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On March 22th, a seminar organised by UPSI will take place in Brussels.
B - Brussels, Hotel Le Plaza 
On May 8th, SPRYG Real Estate Academy is organising a day to review current activities in the Antwerp Province real estate sector.
B - Turnhout, Turnova 
In this basic course you will get acquainted with the most important concepts in real estate calculation, such as BAR, NAR, NPV and IRR. Which calculations are relevant at what time in the real estate process? This gives you a good insight into the value creation and risks of real estate projects.
B - Antwerpen, Crowne Plaza 
Property valuations are indispensable for fundamental financial decisions, where more and more demands are made on the quality and professionalism of valuation reports. This course will familiarize you in one day with both the link between the development of property prices and economic trends and the effect of valuation methods in practice.
B - Antwerpen, Crowne Plaza 
Realty is Belgium’s only real estate fair, offering a one-stop overview of the real estate business.
B - Brussels, Tour & Taxis  
16/05/2018 - 17/05/2018
Organised by Freestone, This four-day elementary engineering course will give you knowledge and insight into the coherence of the various components of architectural structures, finishing and metalwork, along with insight into dimensions and basic knowledge about reading construction drawings. Day 1 will focus on : • Regulations, laws and permits • Parties in the construction process • Basic knowledge of construction drawings and specifications • The construction process • Basic knowledge of constructions and carrying methods • Basic knowledge of strength • Earthworks and foundations
B - Wemmel, Freestone LAB