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Mipim welcomes Ban Ki-moon
The intrinsic link between the real estate industry and all that surrounds it with the issue of climate change and environmental protection, along with the status of Mipim as the worlds leading real estate fair, have both been confirmed by news just released by organisers Reed Midem. It has been announced by the organisers that Ban Ki-moon, the eighth Secretary-General ...
| 28-01-19


Brussels Cit Administrative on the move again
The redevelopment of the vast area of the former Cit Administrative of Brussels, just inside the pentagon at the level of the Botanical Gardens, has taken another step. This fourth stage is set to be developed by Immobel and Skyline Europe, who have started from zero by asking for plans from Swiss architect Max Dudler. These plans are now ...
| 25-01-19


Flemish Community set to occupy ex-WTC1 & 2 in front of Brussels North Station
The re-launch of the North District of Brussels as a major and more modern office centre has received another boost, involving what is arguably its most iconic buildings. Several sources are reporting that the Flemish community, which has recently located large sections of its staff in the brand new Herman Teirlinck building on the Tour & Taxis site, has ...
| 24-01-19


Brussels reveals exemplary real estate projects
The winners of the third edition of the architectural competition hosted by the Brussels region under the banner of be.exemplary were announced at an event this morning. The organisation explained, through its director Christophe Bastien, that 28 eligible and high quality projects had been received, 10 in category 1 (small projects) and 18 in category 2, large projects. From ...
| 23-01-19


SPIE moves into buildings data domain
As buildings become more intelligent and generate more digital data, the question of how to make them more future-proof is often raised. Buildings of the latest generation are very much part of the Internet of Things and this is of particular interest to a Belgian company Spie Belgium. The buildings, infrastructure and energy efficiency company has just acquired Systemat, ...
| 22-01-19


ATENOR in first Flanders move
ATENOR, which is active in Brussels and Wallonia along with a handful of other countries in Europe, has made its first move into Flanders. The developer has signed, in a 50/50 partnership with 3D Real Estate, an agreement to acquire all the shares of the company Dossche Immo SA, owner of a 2.14 ha site located in the centre ...
| 18-01-19


PwC to relocate headquarters to Diegem
Accountancy and tax advisory firm PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) has confirmed to our colleagues at LEcho that by 2022 it is to relocate its headquarters. The choice is for a new building in Diegem, alongside the Van Der Valk hotel, and therefore virtually overlooking the airport. PwC is currently installed at Boulevard de la Woluwe 18, the large building complex visible ...
| 17-01-19


Massive shared workspace transaction in Multi Tower
There has been another major transaction in the domain of shared workspaces. WeWork, which has over 400 sites across the world, has signed a lease contact for around 16,500 m of space in Multi Tower, the twin building located at the Place de Brouckre in the pedestrianised part of the centre of Brussels, and previously often referred to as ...
| 16-01-19


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Editions & Sminaires (Laurence de Hemptinne) has announced its next seminar.
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09-10-19
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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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