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Sale at City Dox



One of the final transactions of last year was the sale by Atenor of the City Dox integrated business services (IBS) building to insurance company Ethias.

The building has a total leasable floor area of 8,148 m² of offices and has already attracted the attention of distinguished tenants. Agreements have been reached respectively with IWG (Regus) (2,003 m²) and Unilever (3,032 m²). These agreements bring the occupancy rate of the City Dox office building up to 65 %. Negotiations are in progress for the lease of the remaining floor areas.
The leasing success encountered by the City Dox office building has thus been quickly followed by its sale. The interest shown by Ethias confirms the interest shown by investors for this new building of high architectural and environmental quality.

Located at the gateway to the city, along the Charleroi-Brussels Canal, City Dox is a multi-functional district designed to meet new business demands. Directly connected to the centre of Brussels, the site enjoys very good accessibility and is close to the Brussels Ring road. City Dox is also near to the South Station with its national and international services.

This new district will provide an ideal combination of functions and a balance between private, collective and public spaces. It should eventually amount to around 155,000 m² of new buildings, including more than 900 residential units, a school, a rest home, shops, integrated business services and a number of production workshops.
Among facilities and features, soft mobility, shared cars, smart waste management, a playground, an urban vegetable garden, community gardens and a public park are scheduled for the site.
Tim Harrup
23-01-2020


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