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Quartier des Arts - defending Brussels heritage for 50 years
An association which may be little known to the public at large, but which defends the heritage of the part of the city around the Sablon, Place Poelart and Place Royale (from the Botanical Gardens to the Law Courts), is celebrating its 50th anniversary. The Quartier des Arts is presided by Baron Georges Jacobs, who describes the body in these ...
| 04/12/2017


SNCB – properties for sale?
Federal Mobility Minister François Bellot is continuing to try and ensure that the SNCB provides value to the people of Belgium. He has already been quite vociferous on the subject of the infamous ‘RER saga’, and now it is the property holdings of the national rail company which have attracted his attention.
In an interview given to respected real estate ...
| 01/12/2017


Mapic in tune with the times
Organisers Reed Midem have released the data for the Mapic show which took place in Cannes earlier in November. The annual retail fair attracted 8,500 participants, including 1,200 shop brands, 2,500 real estate developers, 1,000 investors – from a total of 80 different countries. This year’s Mapic was very much in tune with its times in terms of topics covered. ...
| 30/11/2017


URBACT: the theory and the practice at Brussels conference
In line with the growing realisation that more people are going to be living in cities in the future, and that the existing housing stock will not be able to accommodate all of them, the focus is increasingly being put on what to do with unoccupied buildings. Within this context, a 3-day conference is beginning today in Brussels as part ...
| 28/11/2017


Renewable energy innovation in Godinne hospital
The move towards environmentally-friendly energy supply in buildings took a major and concrete step forward on Friday, with the inauguration of a new hospital at Godinne, in the Province of Namur. The hospital is equipped with the very first tri-generation unit in Belgium, which undertakes the gasification of biomass. This unit – called NOTAR® and developed by Xylowatt – is ...
| 27/11/2017


Vibrant retail activity in city centre
Broker and real estate advisor JLL has undertaken an in-depth study of the retail scene in central Brussels. It starts off by saying that following the terrorist attacks, footfall has picked up again but the rise of e-commerce, new shopping opportunities elsewhere in the Capital and the run down condition of the infrastructure in the city centre required a ...
| 23/11/2017


New Tribes opening confirms 'flexible' trend
As the move towards flexible working arrangements continues, Tribes Inspiring Workplaces has announced that it will soon open its fourth Brussels location in the centre of the city, in the monumental building at 48-56 Rue des Colonies. This move comes after the recent announcement by Befimmo and Silversquare that they are to open a number of new co-working spaces ...
| 20/11/2017


ATENOR involved in major projects within three of Brussels’ strategic zones
Atenor is involved in major projects within three of Brussels’ strategic zones: the European district, canal and South Station. On the occasion of issuing its third quarter report, the developer has given an update on how these projects are progressing. Starting in the European district, construction works are continuing on ‘The One’ with the target of provisional delivery at end ...
| 16/11/2017


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Architectural quality and a high level of energy performance are difficult to reconcile for some.
B - Brussel 
15/12/2017
PR-IMMO, MEE -
At the beginning of the New Year, UPSI, RES, RICS and the Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management are joining forces to organize their Common New Year Cocktail on Thursday 17 January 2018 at 7 pm.
B - Brussels, Parc du Cinquantenaire 
17/01/2018
PR-IMMO -
On Monday, 22 January, Lunch with an Architect will play host to Emmanuel Christ, one of the two founders of the Swiss firm Christ & Gantenbein. The daily “Le Temps” recently ran the following headline: Does Swiss architecture exist? A vast question… Switzerland certainly seems to be a fertile ground for architecture with household names such as Le Corbusier, Peter Zumthor, Herzog & de Meuron or Valerio Olgiati.
B - Brussels, Flagey 
22/01/2018
PR-IMMO -
Numerous vacant buildings, including many office buildings, are rapidly being transformed into residential accommodation, food markets, serviced apartments, hotels and retail areas. How do you turn obsolete properties into sustainable and modern buildings? During this study day, you will be fully advised in one day by various experts who will show you the possibilities of transformation, but also point out the pitfalls.
B - Antwerpen, Crowne Plaza 
30/01/2018
PR-IMMO -
During this seminar you will meet around 100 public and private real estate decision-makers including: professionals, property investors, institutional investors, project developers, financiers, owners and managers, city planning departments, planners, (interior) designers, contractors, brokers and advisors, central and communal bodies.
B - Brussels, Tour & Taxis 
01/02/2018
PR-IMMO -
The world's leading real estate trade-show. More than 20.000 international leaders from 80 countries convene at MIPIM to assess profitable ventures, network with potential partners and promote their projects.
FR - Cannes, Palais des Festivals 
13/03/2018 - 16/03/2018
REA, PR-IMMO -