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The first wooden tower in Belgium to be built in Antwerp
Within two years, an 80-metre-high wooden tower will emerge on the banks of the Schelde in the Nieuw Zuid district, a stone's throw from the Antwerp Courthouse. Real estate developer Triple Living has mandated the design of this tower to celebrated Japanese architect Shigeru Ban, known in particular for the construction of the Pompidou Modern Art Centre in ...
| 02-05-20


Immobel resilient real estate development strategy in the current COVID-19 crisis situation
Real estate developer Immobel has outlined some of the impact of the current coronavirus crisis on its business, and has released details of a major transaction.Starting with the impact of the crisis, Immobel says that while there is a noticeable impact on the business and a delay in residential property sales, the company had already contracted 65% of ...
| 30-04-20


Forecast of residential market needs within 10 years according to demographic evolution
In its annual report this year, residential real estate specialist Home Invest Belgium (HIB) has set out its analysis of the state of the demographic evolution in Belgium at the moment, which clearly has a direct impact on the residential market. First, an overview of the results: in 2019 HIB saw its net result rise to 25.12 million ...
| 29-04-20


Modest take-up and low vacancy in Brussels
It may seem a little remote in view of current circumstances, but the first quarter of the year, and therefore the first quarter of real estate activity, was almost complete by the time lockdown was introduced. Real estate advisor BNP Paribas Real Estate has managed to compile the figures for Brussels for this quarter.

Looking at take-up in ...
| 27-04-20


How to prepare for reopening workplaces
One of the potential and often cited consequences of the current coronavirus crisis and its confinement, is that remote (home) working will become much more widespread even when it is no longer obligatory. Nevertheless, office-based working will of course continue, and real estate advisor Cushman & Wakefield has released a ‘Recovery Readiness’ report entitled: ‘A How-to Guide for Reopening your ...
| 24-04-20


Besix RED confirms solid base and development strategy
Besix RED has released its financial results for the 2019 financial year, along with details of major transactions it has concluded. Firstly, an overview of the results. The company states that the results remained strong in 2019, with a turnover of €154.3 million, which is almost identical to that achieved last year (€154.6 million). Return on equity was down ...
| 23-04-20


The staggering rise of Asia
For our third look at the way real estate advisor CBRE expects the real estate market to look in 2030 (‘Global Outlook 2030’), we turn to investment and the rise of Asia.

Under the title ‘Early Morning in the Asian Century’ CBRE states that multiple trends are converging to give Asia a big advantage over the rest of the ...
| 22-04-20


Patrizia acquisition in 'resilient' Luxembourg market
European real estate investment company Patrizia has acquired the AIRE office building in Luxembourg City (Route d'Esch) on behalf of its institutional clients. The acquisition increases the number of properties Patrizia manages in Luxembourg to 13, comprising total space of around 87,000m˛, with a total value of approximately €800m. Patrizia, with offices across the continent, has a total of ...
| 21-04-20


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