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New CEO at Arcadis
Environmental and construction specialist Arcadis has announced that Kristof Pepersraete has been named as its new Chief Executive Officer for Belgium. This follows the departure of the previous CEO, Luc Hellemans, who has moved to a position within BAM, the mobility department of the city of Antwerp. Kristof Pepersraete first joined Arcadis in 1998 and helped in the launch of ...
| 19/09/2017


Move for AkzoNobel
The decorative paints division of AkzoNobel has moved its Belgian offices from their own site on the Gustaaf Levisstraat to Everest Office Park, Leuvensesteenweg 248B, both in Vilvoorde. The new premises at Everest Office Park for approximately 2.500 m˛ also include a technical support, lab and training area. Nearly 200 employees have moved to a more efficient, pleasant and ...
| 17/09/2017


AG clears the way for Tweed development
A major development is now set to take place right opposite the Brussels Law Courts. AG Real Estate has announced that it has acquired a 50% stake in ‘Immobiličre de la Laine’, thus giving it title to the land and all the required permits to develop the Tweed office building at 68-72 Rue de la Laine in Brussels. AG ...
| 13/09/2017


Cofinimmo moving with the times
In his letter to shareholders, Cofinimmo CEO Jean-Edouard Carbonnelle reveals a number of facts which perhaps give further insight into the changing orientation of real estate companies in terms of sectors. This is all the more poignant in view of the fact that Cofinimmo was Belgium’s first and largest real estate certificate (sicafi). Firstly, investments realised since May ...
| 11/09/2017


Major sale on the Meir
As the summer got into swing, a major transaction was carried out on the Meir, Antwerp’s iconic shopping street and (along with Rue Neuve in Brussels), the busiest shopping street in the whole of Belgium. Connectimmo has sold the 36,000 m˛ mixed-use building ‘Meir 127’ to Urbicoon. This is not just a typical ‘one retailer to another’ transaction, however. ...
| 08/09/2017


Immobel has a busy first half
Immobel has been giving some details of the projects it is involved in at the current time. The company says that during the first half of 2017, a series of 7 large residential projects totalling 154,200 m˛) has been launched. These are Ernest the Park, Greenhill Park, Universalis Park and Parc Seny in Brussels, O’Sea at Ostend just in front ...
| 07/09/2017


New avenue for citydev in the circular economy
As the entire real estate world becomes more aware that buildings are not an end in themselves, but there to serve a purpose, citydev.brussels is taking an active role in this aspect. Under the name of Irisphere it is promoting the circular economy in Brussels by encouraging small and medium companies to collaborate together. There are many public and ...
| 06/09/2017


New acquisition via takeover by HIB
Home Invest Belgium has announced that it has just acquired all the shares of the Investers SA company, which owns 27 apartments, 4 stores and 2 offices spread over three different buildings in Brussels. One is located in Schaerbeek (rue F-J Navez 81-85) and includes 10 apartments with a total surface of 626 m˛. The ...
| 01/09/2017


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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 -