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Very small companies helped by citydev
Yesterday saw the inauguration of another small enterprises site by citydev.brussels. This time, the development agency had turned its attention to very small enterprises and crafts-persons. It opened Newton II, a complex of 16 small units located just off the Boulevard Paepsem in Anderlecht, immediately behind the larger Newton I which had been inaugurated five years ago. Antoine de ...
| 21-05-19

Green light again for Silver Tower
The saga which has seen Ghelamcos Silver Tower in the centre of Brussels first selected by the Region to centralise its administrations, then rejected by the Council of State, has taken another turn. As reported by LEcho, the Regions public service department in charge of these affairs (SPRB) has once again announced that the choice for the Silver ...
| 20-05-19

New offices for sale in Namur
The ground-breaking ceremony for a 2,250 m office complex in Namur may not at first sight to be a major event. But the Pixel Park complex by Belgo-Luxembourg developer Devlop, has proved that there is more to this than meets the eye. For the event attracted the presence not only of Namur Mayor Maxime Prvot, but also of the ...
| 15-05-19

Art & Build selects We Are Real Estate for next conference
On the evening of May 22nd, Art & Build is hosting a major conference at We Are Real Estate, entitled Le Champ des Possibles or The Field of Possibilities. This is in fact the latest in a series of conferences hosted by the architectural bureau. The bureau points out that Le Champ des Possibles is a series of conferences ...
| 14-05-19

Accor joins co-working scene
There is more movement in the increasingly crowded co-working domain. Accor Hotels, owner of brands such as Ibis, Mercure, Novotel, Sofitel has announced plans to open WOJO, 1200 coworking spaces in under 3 years. The move is in line with the company's augmented hospitality strategy and seeks to make WOJO, a joint-venture between Accor and Bouygues Immobilier, ...
| 10-05-19

Aloft Schuman changes hands
There is more news in Brussels involving hotels. The Aloft Brussels Schuman hotel is changing hands. It is being bought by a newly formed group called Silvext Hotel, which is a consortium of Extendam (France), Schroder Invest (UK) et Silverback (Lux), from Thornsett Group (UK), whose head offices are in the West End of London, but who have a ...
| 09-05-19

Rogier hotels... on the move?
There is some hope and a great deal of frustration in the dossier concerning the extension to two hotels in Brussels city centre at the Place Rogier. Along with renovating the hotels it owns in this district Hilton Brusels City and Crowne Plaza Swedish owner Pandox wishes to erect a new building on what is ...
| 07-05-19

Chausse d'Ixelles set to be car-free
As previously reported, it has been announced by Christos Doulkeridis (photo), the mayor of the commune of Ixelles, that the Chausse dIxelles is to become pedestrianised 24 hours a day, exactly two weeks from now on May 17th. Certain exemptions, including buses, taxis and local residents, will be granted, but the speed limit will be restricted to 20km/h. The new ...
| 03-05-19

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Go-ahead for WTC renovation 

During this event, you will be able to network with public and private real estate decision-makers, such as administrators and decision-makers from the Brussels government, investors, real estate developers, property owners and property managers, architects, urban planners, entrepreneurs, real estate agents and consultants. The contribution of the Brussels-Capital Region to the National Energy and Climate Plan is ambitious! Secretary of State Pascal Smet presents a link between the fields of urban policy and climate in the future space policy.
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