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De Brouckčre set for major makeover
BPI Real Estate and Immobel, charged with redeveloping the area around De Brouckčre in the historic centre of Brussels, have revealed the thinking behind their programme and the details of what will be done. The architectural element is being mandated to an association of Henning Larsen Architects (Denmark) and A2RC (Belgium). Planning starts this year, demolition works next year ...
| 28-01-20

BNP Paribas acquires Louise 250
There has been a transaction involving one of the most visible ‘old’ office building in the heart of Brussels. BNP Paribas REIM France has acquired 250 Avenue Louise a 10,000m˛ property located on one of the most prestigious corners of the capital. Belgian developer Eaglestone began rehabilitating the building in 2018 to give it a new identity, integrating ...
| 27-01-20

WeWork pulls out of 16,000 m˛ deal
It is not all plain sailing for one of the latest stars of the shared workplace domain. American giant WeWork was set to make its largest move yet in Brussels, by leasing some 16,000 m˛ in the Multi Tower (the former Philips building) at the Place de Brouckčre in the centre of the city. This transaction will not now ...
| 24-01-20

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 m˛ of offices and has already attracted the attention of distinguished tenants. Agreements have been reached respectively with IWG (Regus) (2,003 m˛) ...
| 23-01-20

Residential accommodation reconceived
For the first ‘Lunch with an Architect’ of 2020, Forum Communication invited French architect Anne Lacaton of Lacaton & Vassal. The main theme of the presentation was very much in vogue – residential accommodation and its role as more than merely a building. The philosophy of the firm is to provide much more than traditional accommodation, both in terms of ...
| 23-01-20

Mixed portfolio sale
One of the first transactions of the year involves the sale of the major part of the portfolio of UK REIT Hansteen Holdings. Knight Frank Belgium advised the company in the sale of assets held by the companies Arman BO, IPI Nossegem, and Waterloo Investments. The assets involved are as follows: Naninne, rue des Phlox 1-7, a mixed-use property representing ...
| 20-01-20

Spryg seminar
The Spryg Real Estate Academy has announced the line-up for its latest event, (Brussels Real Estate 2020) to take place at the IBGE conference centre in Brussels on Thursday January 30th.

The seminar will look at developments within the Brussels real estate world and will be moderated by Adel Yahia of Immobel. Speaking for the Brussels Region government will ...
| 17-01-20

Be.exemplary 2019 elects 16 winners
Yesterday saw announcement of the winners of the fourth annual ‘be.exemplary’ architectural competition organised by the Brussels Region. This competition – which elects a number of winners in each of three categories and awards them financial help with their projects, is designed to promote quality architecture and urban planning, encourage a social aspect to projects, and have a positive ...
| 16-01-20

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