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Toison d'Or project has local support
The project developed by architects Pierre Lallemand & Partners to redevelop the Toison dOr / Boulevard de Waterloo in the uptown area of Brussels, took another symbolic step forward on Friday when the physical model of the plans was unveiled for the first time. Speaking for the associations involved in this project, Roland Cracco CEO of Interparking, pointed out one ...
| 09-12-19


Finance Tower heading for Koreans?
It is being reported that the deal of the year is finally being agreed on the Belgian real estate market. Bloomberg has stated that Korean consortium Meritz Securities is negotiating the purchase of the Finance Tower, located opposite the Botanical gardens, from Dutch owners Breevast. As reported by Philippe Coule in LEcho, which relays the news, the building is ...
| 05-12-19


New life in Cureghem district
The inauguration took place this morning of the latest major complex to be developed by citydev, in conjunction with the SLRB. Named Compas after the road on which it is located, the complex is located in what all of the speakers agree is a district in need of a new life. This is the Cureghem/Heyvaert zone of Anderlecht, close ...
| 04-12-19


Art & Build - wooden and healthy at 30
Architectural bureau Art & Build has given a conference to celebrate its 30 years of existence. The company has a well-established presence in Belgium (where it was founded in 1989) and in France (where it obtains half of its turnover) and also in Luxembourg. The firm now employs some 80 persons.

The main themes of this conference can be summarised ...
| 03-12-19


Defence site moving to concrete phase
The latest call for tenders published by the Bouwmeesters office today involves a large and iconic site in Evere. Since NATO moved its headquarters across the Boulevard Lopold III to its new premises, the site has been waiting for a new affectation. It is also the case that the Defence facilities located on the site will be moved to ...
| 28-11-19


Louise district back in favour
The Avenue Louise has lived a number of existences. From initially being an elegant town-house district, it saw the arrival of purpose-built office blocks (Blue Tower, ITT Tower) and the conversion of many of its town-houses into private offices for law firms and similar. The district appeared to be falling out of favour for office use, however, as the ...
| 27-11-19


Tubize - another political football?
Tubize is back in the news again, following the announcement of the Quartier des Confluents. The town, which is attempting to rebuild its economic and social fabric following the disappearance of the steelmaking industry, is being proposed as the site for the new national stadium.

The person making this proposition (as detailed in the DH and Le Soir) is ...
| 26-11-19


Last mile costs - the rental reality
Within the world of real estate, the location and cost of logistics centres is often a topic. This element of the supply chain is, however, only one of many that logistics operators have to take into account. Cushman & Wakefield, in conjunction with P3 logistics Parks, has produced a report called Last Link Quantifying the Cost which considers ...
| 21-11-19


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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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