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Tubize renewal begins
The Henri Garcia Architectural Bureau has published details of the new district it is to create in Tubize. Named the ‘Quartier des Confluents’ (is this a reminder of Lyon… ?) the scheme is being undertaken on behalf of Duferco Wallonie/ Sampace Samfi-Invest Group /| DCI. The architects point out that the permit has now been granted. The Confluents ...
| 20-11-19


H.I.B. extends its scope
Home Invest Belgium, which as its name suggests, specialises in residential property, has announced an acquisition in a specific segment of this market. The company has acquired BE Real Estate, which owns four ‘apart-hotel’ properties in the centre of Brussels. Apart-hotels operate as normal rented apartments, with kitchens and bathrooms, but benefit from hotel-type services including reception, cleaning and ...
| 19-11-19


CCN renewal on the road
Following the news of the sale of a Brussels icon (Souverain 25) last week, another of the capital’s emblematic buildings is now in the spotlight. The story starts in April of this year, when AG Real Estate, Atenor and Axa IM - Real Assets, acting on behalf of one of its customers, signed a partnership agreement to execute ...
| 18-11-19


Souverain 25 officially sold
Cofinimmo has announced that it has just signed the notary deed relating to the disposal of the Souverain/Vorst 23/25 office building, located at Boulevard du Souverain/Vorstlaan in the decentralised area of Brussels. The sale price has been announced as 50 million Euros which, says Cofinimmo, is higher than the last fair value (as at 31.03.2019) determined by the independent ...
| 15-11-19


New last mile facility near Ghent
As last mile delivery continues to be a hot topic in the struggle to make our cities more breathable, broker JLL has announced that it has acted in two operations on the Alinso site at Zwijnaarde. In cooperation with site owner Alinso, JLL has let a part of the buildings for use as a last mile delivery centre by ...
| 14-11-19


People and Brussels top ULI discussion
The round table which took place during the recent seminar of the ULI in Brussels featured three persons very familiar to the Belgian real estate world and two from outside, who had some sobering views on the positioning of Brussels. The other main element to arise was the issue of what is really important in real estate development.

Moderating the ...
| 13-11-19


Phicap makes second acquisition
We recently reported that property management company Phicap, acting for all types of enterprises and family offices, had acquired Amirato. It has now just been announced that Phicap has been on the acquisition trail again, this time buying Sogesmaint, the property management arm of the CFE group.

Sogesmaint was set up by CFE six years ago and currently handles ...
| 12-11-19


Real estate: what the market thinks - ULI
The ULI (Urban Land Institute) presented the findings of its report entitled 'Emerging Trends in Real Estate' yesterday in Brussels. This Europe-wide survey,co-published with PwC and involving 900 senior real estate leaders, was outlined by ULI Europe CEO Lisette van Doorn. She started out by explaining that the ULI is the oldest real estate association in the world, dating ...
| 07-11-19


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The working lunch to be held by real estate professionals’ association UPSI on December 5th in Brussels, will hear from a speaker of considerable standing.
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