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New offices for sale in Namur



The ground-breaking ceremony for a 2,250 m² office complex in Namur may not at first sight to be a major event. But the ‘Pixel Park’ complex by Belgo-Luxembourg developer Devlop, has proved that there is more to this than meets the eye. For the event attracted the presence not only of Namur Mayor Maxime Prévot, but also of the Governer of the Province of Namur Denis Mathen, and to put the cherry on the cake, Walloon Region Minister-President Willy Borsus.

What is at stake to interest such an illustrious audience? As Devlop director Philippe Pirson points out: “There is a demand for new offices able to be purchased. This is in particular the case for the free professions currently located in old town houses which have become obsolete or too costly. There is insufficient office space available in the Namur region, except for rental.” As if to hammer home the point about obsolete houses, Devlop has demolished a number of these to make way for the new development, which is located on the Chaussée de Marche at Erpent, a major thoroughfare.

Pixel Park will see its 2,250 m² spread over three levels, entirely dedicated to offices (which is also somewhat unusual these days…). Companies can buy surface areas ranging from 125 m² to 600 m², and offices have large glazed areas and terraces to bring in a maximum of natural daylight. The building is ‘intelligent’ in terms of energy, telecommunications, access management, sunblinds, cooling… with optimal energy use.

Pixel Park, around a half of which has already been reserved, is scheduled to be operational during the second half of 2020.
Tim Harrup
15-05-2019


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