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Workspace design - the concrete results
There is a great deal written and talked of the ‘New Way of Working’ and of new workplace design in particular. Real Estate consultant and broker JLL has undertaken a survey (‘The Human Experience’) to look at what all this means in concrete terms. It starts out by affirming that a place of work is far more than a ...
| 31/08/2017


Brussels Canal : Biestebroeck back in the spotlight
The Brussels Master Architect Kristiaan Borret has issued a reminder that tenders are required for one of the larges turban projects in the ‘Canal Plan’. This is ‘Petite Ile- CitygateII’ the SLRB/citydev project at Biestebroeck, and the stakes for the city of Brussels are high. In calling for multi-disciplinary teams including a number of architects, Kristiaan Borret points out that ...
| 24/08/2017


Major sale in Corporate Village
A major sale has just been announced in the airport district. Union Investment (via its open-ended real estate fund Unilmmo: Europa) has sold an office portfolio comprising five individual properties located on Da Vincilaan in the Corporate Village business park. This is the large business park just at the exit from the Ring when turning towards the airport. The ...
| 22/08/2017


Parking 58 closes at 59
While we were all away, one of the emblematic constructions (although hardly the most attractive!) of the Universal exhibition of 1958, finally closed its doors. Parking 58, located just behind the Boulevard Anspach and close to the Place de Brouckère, saw the last car drive out on August 1st. The architecture, by Abraham Lipsky, had recourse to steel and ...
| 21/08/2017


Atelier Rebul heads for Belgium
Another international retailer has opted to establish a presence in Belgium. Atelier Rebul, a Danish company founded by pharmacist Jean César Reboul, is already present in Turkey and Denmark, has international ambitions with its intention to open several outlets in the Benelux during the year 2017-2018 already confirmed. Atelier Rebul is launching its expansion in Belgium with the launch of ...
| 18/08/2017


New investor for Leopold District
As the real estate industry prepares for the next ‘season’, a major transaction has just been revealed. M&G Real Estate has acquired a prime office building on the Rue Guimard in the Leopold district of Brussels. The price has been announced at € 41.5m, which represents a net yield of 4.8%. This 9,913 m² building is 100% let ...
| 17/08/2017


Time for a break
As is the case each year, pro-realestate.be will be taking a break from now until August 25th. However, while we are all (possibly) getting some sun, we will still be keeping a close eye on what is happening in our marketplace, and we will bring you the important news as soon as we are all back behind our desks. As ...
| 20/07/2017


Logistics market flying high
Belgium is very well appreciated as a centre for logistics activity, and this is borne out by the figures for the market for the first half of the year. As recorded by JLL, with take-up of 412,000 m² up to the end of June, 2017 is so far outperforming the five year average to the tune of 35%. This ...
| 19/07/2017


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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 -