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Parisian style returns to Liège

Residential rental property operator Home Invest Belgium (HIB) has just completed a residential project in Liège. Home Invest Belgium bought an existing property in 2007 and transformed it into ‘Le Mosan’, providing accommodation for 29 families in the centre of Liège. The 29 spacious units have been renovated taking into account the importance of light, particularly thanks to the high ceilings and large windows. The apartments have one or two bedrooms and range in size from 49m² to 87m².

The city centre of Liège, HIB points out, has undergone an unprecedented renewal since the 2000’s and many investments have been made to make the city attractive again for young families. The choice of Liege is therefore a deliberate and logical choice for Home Invest Belgium.

With the completion of ‘Le Mosan’, HIB says it has given new life to one of Liege's historic buildings. The Haussmann-style building dates from 1876 and with its refurbishment gives new impetus to the Rue Léopold II, thus contributing to the construction of a new Liège.

Sven Janssens – CEO of HIB: “We have long felt the revival in Liege and the efforts to attract new residents and thus ensure a good balance between work, life, greenery and relaxation. This link with the environment is crucial. The building had been in our portfolio for some time, but did not meet our sustainability standards. We then decided to renovate the building while respecting its 19th century splendour and iconic value. Its magnificent location, just a few steps from the Meuse River, in the heart of the city centre, and close to the galleries of the Place Saint-Lambert, will bring you back to the centre of Paris. In my opinion, it is one of the most successful renovations in recent years.”
Tim Harrup
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