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Real estate: what the market thinks - ULI
The ULI (Urban Land Institute) presented the findings of its report entitled 'Emerging Trends in Real Estate' yesterday in Brussels. This Europe-wide survey,co-published with PwC and involving 900 senior real estate leaders, was outlined by ULI Europe CEO Lisette van Doorn. She started out by explaining that the ULI is the oldest real estate association in the world, dating ...
| 07-11-19

Tikehau comes to Brussels with a bang
There has been a spectacular entry into the Belgian real estate market. Tikehau Capital acting via its value-added Real Estate investment fund, has acquired a mixed-use real estate portfolio amounting to some 30,000m˛ in Brussels. The portfolio is composed of more than twenty-five high-quality assets, including offices, retail and residential spaces and parking lots, strategically located in the heart ...
| 05-11-19

Beaulieu set for renovation
There has been a transaction involving one of the iconic buildings of the European Union in Brussels. La Hulpe-based developer Atenor has signed an agreement with Immo-Beaulieu for the acquisition of the ‘Beaulieu’ buildings located at numbers 5-7-9-11 of the avenue of the same name in Auderghem. These are the buildings seen on the right by all motorists taking ...
| 04-11-19

Bouwmeester heads for the country
The task of the Brussels Master Architect (Bouwmeester) does not only involve the built environment, but quite clearly the green spaces too. This is perfectly demonstrated by the two latest ‘calls for proposal’ issued by Kristiaan Borret’s office this week. One of these is of inter-regional dimension. Prefacing the call by a statement pointing out how much our green spaces ...
| 30-10-19

PSA takes citydev building
One of the missions of the citydev.brussels agency is to bring employment to the Region via renovating/constructing suitable buildings. The latest announcement from citydev is therefore a demonstration of a spectacular success in this domain. French car manufacturer PSA group (Peugeot, Citroën, DS and now also Opel) had been looking for new headquarters following its takeover of Opel some ...
| 29-10-19

WeWork cash injection
Not for the first time, some of the news coming in involves the growing popularity of shared workspaces. The latest transaction concerns an agreement under which SoftBank has committed to provide significant funding to shared workspace operator WeWork. This includes €4.5bn in new financing and the launching of a tender offer by SoftBank of up to €2.70bn for existing ...
| 28-10-19

Phicap and Amirato come together
Two Brussels-based companies active in the real estate domain have announced that they are merging. Real estate management company Phicap, based in the uptown district close to the Toison d’Or, and Amirato, a real estate and construction advisory bureau whose offices are in Woluwe, are to come together through Phicap taking over 100% of Amirato.

The companies ...
| 25-10-19

Waste - a thing of the past
To launch the fourth edition of the be.exemplary competition, urban.brussels invited an architect with a very forward-looking view of the circular economy and the future of the building industry, to make a presentation.

Before looking at the philosophy of Kasper Jensen (3XN Architects, Copenhagen) a word about be.exemplary. Since 2016 it has been stimulating added value architecture by ...
| 23-10-19

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Go-ahead for WTC renovation 

The working lunch to be held by real estate professionals’ association UPSI on December 5th in Brussels, will hear from a speaker of considerable standing.
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