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Antwerp dips but still remains buoyant
In its latest report on the Flanders office market, real estate advisor JLL takes a close look at the largest city in the region, Antwerp. It finds that to date (end of the third quarter) 2018 is quieter than the flamboyant 2017, occupier take-up amounting to 84,971 sm˛, 35% below last year. Compared to the 5-year average, however, it ...
| 03-12-18


Second FabLab opened by citydev
The Da Vinci site in Evere, close to NATO, has just seen the inauguration of citydev.brussels’ second ‘FabLab’. Under the name of cityfab 2, and in cooperation with transforma bxl, this is an initiative which houses small companies working at the cutting end of technology, and in small productive domains. Among others, latest generation 3D printing, software development, ...
| 30-11-18


Circular Real Estate enters the market
A conference organized by Management Producties took place yesterday in Antwerp under the auspices of the VEB (Flemish Energy Organisation), on the subject of ‘Circular Real Estate’. Opening proceedings, Hilde Carens, project leader for energy efficiency and the circular economy at the VEB, said that the organisation aimed to be proactive, and to generate results through awareness raising, ...
| 29-11-18


Belgian office market changing shape
If there is one remarkable fact to emerge from the 2018 Belgian office market figures produced by Belsquare, it is the virtual insignificance of the Walloon market. First of all though, a look at some of the key figures shows that where overall real estate investment in Belgium is concerned, total volume by the end of this year is ...
| 27-11-18


Belsquare races into the big league
The most recent arrival on the professional real estate consultancy scene in Belgium has made a spectacularly rapid rise into the world of the ‘big boys’. It was just five years ago that two experienced real estate professionals – David Vermeesch and Charles Lasserre – came together to form Belsquare, operating from a shared office space alongside the Abbaye ...
| 26-11-18


FUP points out the new reality
There is a great deal of talk about the changing urban landscape and new expectations of our cities. To try and put some meat on these bones, during his introduction to the last FUP (For Urban Passion) forum, the association’s president Paul Vermeylen had the following to say. What’s happening in cities? Alongside the traditional players already present, and alongside ...
| 23-11-18


Westland set for upgrade
The Westland Shopping Centre, one of the three traditionally most successful centres in Belgium along with two others which make up this select ‘www’, Westland, Wijnegem and Woluwe), is to undergo a substantial renovation. AG Real Estate, which is already breathing new life into another iconic centre – City 2 at the Place Rogier in Brussels – is ...
| 21-11-18


Co-working space a global phenomenon
The spectacular rise in co-working space over recent years is not about to end. This rise may be seen as a further illustration of the move away from ownership to usage, a trend which is particularly evident for example in the automotive world, where consumers (and companies) are increasingly turning to car-pooling, car-sharing and other forms of having ...
| 16-11-18


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