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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

Rents rising more slowly
Broker JLL has released its ‘European Office Property Clock’ for the second quarter of the year. This shows how major office markets are performing within the rental level cycle (Rental growth accelerating / rental growth slowing / rents falling / Rents bottoming out). Brussels and Luxembourg are both in the quartile of ‘rental growth slowing’. Here they are in good ...
| 22-10-19

City 2 prepared for the future
As the international retail fair Mapic approaches, with its focus on the fundamental changes affecting the entire retail scene, it is appropriate to take a look at how one of Belgium’s best known (and oldest) shopping centres is preparing for the future. The stakes, all of the professionals agree, is to provide ‘experiences’ for shoppers, not merely a place to ...
| 18-10-19

Street art in context
Developers have been inviting temporary occupation of their buildings while awaiting renovation or reconstruction, for some time now. In certain cases this has included street artists who are asked to decorate soon-to-be-demolished walls. Atenor has taken a completely innovative look at the phenomenon of street art, seeking out examples of it on totally derelict buildings in the cities in which ...
| 17-10-19

New build boosts Flanders office market
Broker JLL has published its report on the state of the Flanders office market over the first half of this year. It finds that projects have been booming this year, and have greatly contributed to take-up, accounting for 40% of the total. JLL has recorded a total take-up of over 116,000 m² in the first half, within the five major ...
| 16-10-19

Zin part of renewal of North District
The second part of the recent Editions & Séminaires (Laurence de Hemptinne) conference entitled ‘Real Estate, Climate Urgency, Co-working and Co-living Revolutions’, concentrated on the future of the North district, and on the soon to be refurbished WTC 1 and 2 in particular. Firstly, Amaury de Crombrugghe, President of the ‘Up4North’ association, set out the challenge. The new focus on ...
| 14-10-19

Real estate development in Brussels - the politicians speak
In its latest conference entitled ‘Real Estate, Climate Urgency, Co-working and Co-living Revolutions’ held this week in Brussels, Editions & Séminaires (Laurence de Hemptinne) decided to dedicate the first part of the event to a debate on the political element of real estate development.

During a round table, first to speak was Alain Marron Brussels Councillor in charge of climate ...
| 11-10-19

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Go-ahead for WTC renovation 

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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