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Quatuor deal good news for North District

As plans to re-stimulate the North District continue to be formulated, there has been a major pre-let announced by Befimmo. In March, the developer announced that it had come to an agreement with Beobank for the take-up of one of the towers of Quatuor. This would see the bank taking up 22,000 m², or roughly a third of the entire project.

Quatuor will be located on the site of the current Flemish parliament building, at the junction of the Boulevard du Roi Albert II and the inner beltway. Demolition of the existing building is set to begin next year, and delivery of the new building is scheduled for 2020. Befimmo is targeting BREEAM ‘Excellent’ certification for Quatuor. Beobank (formerly Citibank Belgium and now a Crédit Mutuel Nord Europe subsidiary) has agreed to sign a 15-year lease for the new building. It will remain in its current premises at ‘La Plaine’ in Etterbeek until the move can take place.

The new look North District (Meander, T&T, Up-site...) thus sees another piece of the jigsaw coming into place.


Picture courtesy of Befimmo - Jaspers-Eyers Architects
Picture courtesy of Befimmo - Jaspers-Eyers Architects







| 18/04/2017

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