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Smart cities are for the people
A presentation on the subject of smart cities at Mipim, prove very useful in that it related an over-used term to reality. One of the case studies, that by the mayor of the British city of Bristol, addressed the very pertinent question of what the final purpose is. Marvin Rees, who has been mayor since 2016, started by pointing ...
| 13-03-19


Delhaize HQ leaving Brussels
Belgian supermarket chain Delhaize, part of the Ahold Delhaize group, has announced that it is moving its headquarters from the Osseghem district of the Brussels commune of Molenbeek, to Zellik, alongside its distribution centre. The company had been in Molenbeek since 1871. The new location is also close to other of the chains services at Zellik, and in a ...
| 08-03-19


Alibaba train from China to Lige
We recently reported on the state of the Belgian logistics industry, where real estate is concerned. Within this report, the importance of Lige Airport was cited. However, it is not just for its airport that the Walloon city is vital in terms of its logistics, but for its railway connection. We are not talking here of a ...
| 08-03-19


Mipim going strong at 30
Mipim opens its doors at the Palais des Festivals in Cannes today, for its 30th edition. On the agenda for the four days of the worlds largest real estate show are a focus on Proptech, a Young Leaders Summit, and a full range of conferences on every topic allied to real estate, cities, regions Not least among the demonstrations ...
| 08-03-19


'Green Arch' wins Dubai 2020 Expo competition
Developer Besix has announced that it has been selected to build the Belgian Pavilion for the 2020 Universal Exhibition in Dubai. This success follows a public call for tenders launched by The General Belgian Commission for International Exhibitions (BelExpo), a federal agency created in 2017 for just this type of event. The winning proposition is a joint effort by ...
| 07-03-19


Semi-industrial and logistics markets still healthy
Belgium frequently presents itself as an ideal location for semi-industrial and logistics centres, located as it is within touching distance of a vast volume of consumers in Germany, the Netherlands and France, not to mention its own population of eleven million or so. And the UK is also (at the moment at least) a lucrative market just across ...
| 06-03-19


The Link sets Antwerp prime yield record
The Link in Antwerp, a building developed by Ghelamco, has now been sold to Baloise Insurance at what is a new prime yield for office investments in Flanders 5.20%. This news has been released by real estate consultant JLL, who acted in the sale. The Link is a brand new state-of-the-art office development located at Posthofbrug 2-8. it ...
| 04-03-19


ID2Move launches in Nivelles
The latest inauguration of a company incubator took place yesterday in Nivelles. Very much in line with the thinking behind the FabLabs opened in Brussels by citydev, ID2Move is totally focused on the latest technologies. In this case, as explained by operators Cap Innove, the choice was made for a very restricted niche autonomous systems and in particular ...
| 01-03-19


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Agenda
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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