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Student flats in eco-mode
Two of the most notable examples of the way in which the real estate market is evolving, are to be seen in the latest initiative by established developer BPI. The first of these is the emergence of student flats as an asset class attracting the interest of ‘office developers’, and the second is the way in which environmental concerns ...
| 24/03/2017

Investment in good health - JLL
Real estate advisor JLL carried out a survey among main investors in Belgium at the beginning of this year. This looked at 2016 and the prospects for 2017. With a total invested volume of €3.7 billion in 2016, JLL found, he wall of money aiming at real estate in Belgium remains solid for the second consecutive year. With rents remaining ...
| 23/03/2017

Belgium four points at Mipim Awards
Belgium had an absolutely sensational evening at the Mipim Awards yesterday. No less than three of the winners were Belgian, and a fourth was from a Belgian architect and developer. First of all, Chambon, by Immobel and designed by A2RC Architects / Jaspers-Eyers Architects, took the honours in the Best Refurbished Building category. Chambon is the largest ever conversion of ...
| 17/03/2017

Brussels: update on priorities
The keynote presentation by the Brussels Capital Region at Mipim was an update on the 12 priority projects. Entitled ‘The Brussels of Tomorrow’, the session was opened by Minister President Rudi Vervoort, who said that Brussels is at a crossroads in terms of the demographic growth, of mobility and of new urban requirements among others. The Region has to ...
| 16/03/2017

Charleroi makes its case
Most of the news about real estate in Belgium tends to focus on Brussels, Antwerp and, occasionally, Liège and Ghent. A presentation at Mipim this morning, however, demonstrated that other cities have ambitious plans too. The presenter was the city (and region) of Charleroi, which outlined a number of projects designed to regenerate the town. Charleroi has a redevelopment plan ...
| 15/03/2017

Belgium on show as Mipim opens
The world’s property market – Mipim – opened its doors in Cannes today. Before talking about the Belgian presence, it is pertinent to note that the security arrangements are even tighter than last year, with entrance points fully controlled and bag searches and body scans for everyone. In terms of the initial impression of Belgium’s presence, a number of points. ...
| 14/03/2017

BPI sells its 50% of Oesteroever, Ostend
There has been a change in the ownership of Oosteroever, the new district currently under construction in Ostend. This development, which is located on the other side of the port of Ostend from the city centre (the ‘Bredene’ side), was jointly held by BPI and Flemish developer Versluys. However, it has now been announce that BPI has sold its ...
| 13/03/2017

Increased profits and some frustration from Atenor
Atenor has just published its annual results for the year just ended, and given an update on the current state of its business and its projects. Where the figures are concerned, operating profit after tax amounted to 20.4 million Euros, up from 19.6 million the previous year. Chief Executive Stéphan Sonneville also pointed out that indebtedness was substantially down, ...
| 10/03/2017

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CEE GRI is a get-together of senior investors, lenders and developers active in CEE and SEE. The collegial discussions enable you to interact and engage - much like an after-dinner conversation in your own living room.
F - Paris 
11/09/2017 - 12/09/2017
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B - Brussels, Auditoire Jacques Thierry - ING 
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B - Antwerpen, Crowne Plaza 
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B - Bruxelles 
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England - London, The HAC 
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B - Bruxelles