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Germany calls for Belgian developers
Belgium’s largest neighbour is again proving to be an attraction for the country’s real estate domain. Within this context, we are publishing another edition of our occasional series ‘Belgian’s abroad’

Montea

Logistics expert Montea has announced that following Belgium, France and the Netherlands, it is now to enter the German market and thus increase its international position. The strong growth of ...
| 01-07-20


Möbius Towers in Brussels are in full swing
The twin Möbius towers, rising to almost 100 metres in height over the Brussels skyline, are further examples of the new stimulus and redevelopment being seen in the North District of Brussels. The innovative architecture of these passive buildings is the work of Assar Architects.

Some 1,200 members of the staff of Allianz moved into the first ...
| 30-06-20


Corona crisis versus 2007 financial crisis: what happened last time?
Speculation continues as to how the markets will finally react to the current health crisis. Real estate advisor JLL has approached this issue in a relatively scientific manner, by looking at what happened after the previous crisis.

Firstly, JLL analysed the reaction of the European office markets in 2008-2009, following the global financial crisis which began in 2007. It should ...
| 30-06-20


Inofer industrial site in Mechelen to be redeveloped by Codic
It seems only a few years ago that Mechelen was recognised as an emerging office destination in its own right. One of the main reasons for this was the geographical location between Brussels and Antwerp, and the proximity (directly by motorway) to Brussels Airport. Rapidly following the emergence of Mechelen came another trend – that of occupants wishing to ...
| 29-06-20


Record yield obtained by Ghelamco for Silver Tower sale
The sale of the Silver Tower to German fund Deka Immobilien has now been confirmed and signed, for a sum of around 200 million Euros. By the end of the year, this 40,000 m² tower located on the Place Saint Lazare close to the North station, will accommodate some 2,000 employees of the administrative services of the Brussels ...
| 29-06-20


Very strong restart of housing sales on Belgian coast
After being stopped for almost two months, according to figures communicated by notaries, the resumption of real estate transactions for the sale of housing on the coast has reached pre-COVID levels, and is even picking up speed. This is particularly true for Ostend, where the construction of new housing has never been so substantial. And also for Knokke, especially ...
| 27-06-20


Contrasted markets performance in this corona crisis era
Real estate advisor JLL has produced a report showing the state of the Belgian market up to mid-June – in other words virtually the whole of the first half of this corona-crisis year.

In terms of offices, there is a vastly contrasting situation between Brussels and Antwerp on the one hand, and Wallonia on the other. Brussels recorded take-up ...
| 26-06-20


First phase of ‘La Strada’ soon to be completed
The ambitious project to rehabilitate the centre of La Louvière with a mixed use complex – La Strada – has not been much in the news over recent times. Now, however, architects DDS+ have given an update on this Wilhelm & Co. development.

As the photo shows, works on the former industrial site are progressing well and it is expected ...
| 25-06-20


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