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The wide role of the Bouwmeester
As a demonstration of the comprehensive nature of the mission of the Bouwmeester, one of the recent calls for tender involves a mission which is aimed at safety and not simply at creating a new building or complex. The Region, via the Bouwmeester, indicate that it was looking for a team to redesign the forecourt of a school (Klavertje Vier ...
| 30-08-19


Citygate II on the rails
One of the most ambitious mixed use projects yet to be seen in Brussels saw a step forward in its development this morning. Joint project managers SLRB (the social housing agency) and regional development agency SDRB announced the winning architects, the timing and the configuration of CityGate II, located in the Petite Ile district of Anderlecht. This district is ...
| 29-08-19



Real Estate consultant CBRE has produced figures for the second quarter of the year in the Brussels office market. It calculates that 97,300 m of office letting and sales transactions were signed in the Brussels market in Q2 2019. Combined with the strong activity from the first quarter, the first half of 2019 has seen excellent take-up of 330,200 ...
| 28-08-19


Brussels office market looking good
Real Estate consultant CBRE has produced figures for the second quarter of the year in the Brussels office market. It calculates that 97,300 m of office letting and sales transactions were signed in the Brussels market in Q2 2019. Combined with the strong activity from the first quarter, the first half of 2019 has seen excellent take-up of 330,200 ...
| 28-08-19


Luxembourg reconversion sale
There was a major transaction in the Luxembourg market in the middle of the summer. Knight Frank Belgium has announced that it was instructed by the European Depositary Bank to advise it in the sale of their Warburg Bank site, located at Place Franois-Joseph Dargent, at the bottom of the Cte dEich. The total area of 6,600 m ...
| 27-08-19


The changing world of logistics
In the world of retail, the impact of on-line shopping continues to be a major topic. Focusing on the impact on logistics and writing in a recent edition of Real Asset Insight, James Wallace puts some figures to the assumptions. He starts by saying that along with e-commerce, supply chain digitalisation has a connected influence. While the upsurge ...
| 26-08-19


Climate and more at Editions & Sminaires event
Editions & Sminaires (Laurence de Hemptinne) has announced its next seminar. This is entitled Bruxelles: Immobilier, Crgence Climatique or Brussels: Real Estate, Climate Emergency, and will be held in Brussels on Wednesday October 9th.

Among topics to be discussed are the proposal to eliminate 65,000 parking spaces in the Region and the possible economic and real estate impact of ...
| 22-08-19


Meininger opens second Brussels hotel
Meininger Hotels has announced that it is reinforcing its presence in Europe with the inauguration of its second hotel in Belgium: Meininger Hotel Bruxelles Gare du Midi, alongside the countrys largest national and international railway station. The operator states that located within walking distance of major tourist attractions, the 6,700m property offers 150 rooms with a flexible room structure ...
| 21-08-19


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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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