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More rehabilitation for Molenbeek

One of the latest residential developments in Brussels is located close to the canal in Molenbeek. Developed by Home Invest Belgium (HIB), the complex is called ‘The Factory’ and comprises 93 units. Designed to accommodate households of all sizes, these units are made up of 12 studios, 22 one-bed apartments, 39 2-bed apartments, 18 3-bed apartments and 2 4-bed apartments. Surface areas range from 43 m² to 172 m². Most apartments have a terrace, and 64 basement level car parking spaces are included.

Where energy performance is concerned, the units benefit from Brussels PEB certification A-B, (the average in Brussels is C-F) and the roof is fitted with solar panels.

This district of Brussels is extremely well located in the Brunfaut zone, which until a few years ago was home to one of the country’s oldest printworks – Hayez – founded in the 18th century. The lively Chaussée de Gand is a short walk away, as is the Museum of Modern Art, another example of the rehabilitation of this zone. Just across the canal is the Dansaert district with, in particular, its trendy clothes shops. Comte de Flandres metro station is around 400 m, and tram services run alongside the canal, directly serving the South Station and other parts of the city centre.
Tim Harrup
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