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Low take-up but high investment - Cushman
Cushman & Wakefield has produced an overview of real estate activity in Brussels during the third quarter of 2017 and for the first three quarters together. Firstly, where take-up is concerned, the advisor finds that activity is down compared to 2016 with only 277,000 m² of take-up recorded since the beginning of the year (compared to 365,000 m² in ...
| 30/10/2017


New appointment in Occupier Services at Colliers
As the notion of occupier services becomes increasingly important in the whole domain of office occupancy, Colliers International has announced that Annick Vandenbulcke has been appointed to the position of Head of Occupier Services in Belgium, effective 1st December 2017. Annick succeeds Pierre-Gilles Solvit, who, after four years managing Colliers International in Belgium, will return to Colliers ...
| 27/10/2017


FUP awards its competition prizes
The jury of the competition organised by FUP (For Urban Passion) met a few days ago in Namur to nominate the winners of this year's ‘Grand Prix de l’Urbanisme’. The objective of the competition is to rally as wide a public as possible around subjects which may often be spoken about, but more rarely translated into concrete action points. The ...
| 26/10/2017


Ilot Sacré inaugurated - 50 years on...
This has been, as Brussels Planning and Heritage Secretary Geoffroy Coomans de Brachène put it, a complicated dossier. Rehabilitating part of the ‘Ilot Sacré’ alongside the Grand’Place has indeed, required no fewer than 15 permits over a period spanning 50 years. Yesterday, however, this plot of land, which is located between the Rue des Bouchers and the Marché aux ...
| 24/10/2017


Demand for e-trade logistics space set to rocket
Cushman & Wakefield has been looking at the growing importance of the on-line shopping segment in and its impact on the logistics property segment. The real estate advisor says that in Brussels alone, annual e-commerce parcel volumes are expected to grow from 14.7 million parcels in 2016 to 27.2 million parcels in 2021. As a result, demand for ...
| 23/10/2017


Realty: developing the business model
Mathieu Van Marcke recently took over as head of Realty. He tells us of what he has in mind for the real estate show. You are the new head of Realty – what changes do you plan? We have decided that for 2018 the main focus will be to increase the quality of the fair. We’ve been growing strongly in terms ...
| 20/10/2017


Dockx Bruxsel: success, challenges and for sale
The first major new shopping centre to have come into existence in Brussels for many years – Dockx Bruxsel – has celebrated its first anniversary by commissioning a study on its success and perception, and by revealing visitor numbers. Developers Aquilis and real estate broker JLL mandated GfK with this survey among visitors and residents of the catchment area. ...
| 17/10/2017


Investment in residential attracts CBRE offering
The arrival of residential property as a mainstream real estate sector in Belgium, is further confirmed by advisor and broker CBRE. The company has just launched a new website dedicated to investment in residential property. This thus completes its range of advisory services which had previously been exclusively in commercial property. Assets may range from apartment blocks to individual units. ...
| 11/10/2017


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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 -