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Royal approval for Tivoli GreenCity
It is not uncommon for real estate projects to be sufficiently important to attract personalities such as mayors, regional ministers or even federal ministers to their inauguration. The project which was inaugurated this week citydevs Tivoli GreenCity is sufficiently important to have attracted King Philippe I. Also present were Brussels Region Minister-President Rudi Vervoort, Brussels City Mayor ...
| 22-02-19


KBC building - too old at 25
In a further demonstration of just how quickly buildings are considered obsolete these days, the communal authorities in Molenbeek have just approved the demolition of the KBC buildings along the canal front alongside the Tour & Taxis complex. It should be pointed out that some further debate within the commune is still to take place, however. A second vote ...
| 21-02-19


Don't push the industry out
To inaugurate 2019 sessions of the citydev/BSI (Brussels Studies Institute) inter-university chair, the two associations invited a world-renowned authority on town planning to give the opening lecture. Professor Mark Brearley speaks all over the world, lectures at the Metropolitan University of London, has been an advisor to the Mayor of London, and runs his own small tray-making business in ...
| 20-02-19


Go-ahead for WTC renovation
There has been more progress in the potential move of parts of the Flemish administration into the World Trade centre buildings I and II in the North district of Brussels. This move was dependent on the towers being fully refurbished by owners Befimmo, and the City of Brussels has just given its go-ahead for this refurbishment to take place. The ...
| 19-02-19


Retail - increasing e-trade and falling rents
Real estate consultant CBRE has produced its annual review of the retail situation in Belgium. For 2018 it finds that apart from online sales, consumers shifted their consumption habits due, among other things, to tighter budget constraints. As a result, consumers are spending a larger part of their budget on necessity goods while luxury goods account for a ...
| 14-02-19


Lunch with a Danish Architect
The Lunch with an Architect of yesterday, organised by Forum Press & Communication, involved a prestigious architect with few connections to Belgium, but a worldwide reputation. Kim Herforth Nielsen is the founder of Danish bureau 3XN which now has offices in Copenhagen, Stockholm, Sydney and New York, employing 125. Before moving on to the Belgian connection, it is interesting to ...
| 13-02-19


New factories on the cards for Port of Antwerp
There is potentially good news for the Port of Antwerp being announced by British chemicals company Ineos. It says that it is planning to build two new factories at the port over the coming years. These would be for the production of ethylene and propylene. In terms of the construction industry, it is expected that up to 3,500 workers will ...
| 11-02-19


SPACES continues its growth strategy
As the co-working frenzy continues, one of the growing operators, SPACES, has opened a new co-working center in the heart of the European district of Brussels. It occupies an area of around 4,400 m over five floors of the brand new building located at Rue Belliard 40. It is aiming, according to the owners, at SMEs, start-ups, national or ...
| 08-02-19


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Realty, Belgiums Real Estate Summit, will be the place where you gain inside expertise from world class experts.
B - Knokke-Heist, Albertstrand 
19-09-19 - 20-09-19
PR-IMMO, MEE -
Following the success of the 2019 edition, Management Producties has announced that its Circulair Real Estate event will take place again this year, on November 7th in Antwerp.
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07-11-19
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