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The Link sets Antwerp prime yield record
‘The Link’ in Antwerp, a building developed by Ghelamco, has now been sold to Baloise Insurance at what is a new prime yield for office investments in Flanders – 5.20%. This news has been released by real estate consultant JLL, who acted in the sale. ‘The Link’ is a brand new state-of-the-art office development located at Posthofbrug 2-8. it ...
| 04-03-19


ID2Move launches in Nivelles
The latest inauguration of a company incubator took place yesterday in Nivelles. Very much in line with the thinking behind the FabLabs opened in Brussels by citydev, ‘ID2Move’ is totally focused on the latest technologies. In this case, as explained by operators Cap Innove, the choice was made for a very restricted niche – autonomous systems and in particular ...
| 01-03-19


We Are Real Estate unveils more details
In advance of its inaugural trade show to be held at Brussels Expo on May 22nd and 23rd, We Are Real Estate has announced a major event. In partnership with the ULI, Real Estate Society and KU Leuven, W.A.R.E. is to provide a comprehensive content program, completed with exhibitor presentations. Each visitor to We Are Real ...
| 26-02-19


Cofinimmo pre-lets Quartz to EFTA
Cofinimmo has signed an agreement with the European Free Trade Association (EFTA), the EFTA Surveillance Authority (ESA) and the Financial Mechanism Office (FMO) for a long term lease (15 years) on the whole Quartz office building. The agreement will commence following delivery of the works, scheduled in the course of 2020. The site, located on Avenue des ...
| 25-02-19


Royal approval for Tivoli GreenCity
It is not uncommon for real estate projects to be sufficiently important to attract personalities such as mayors, regional ministers or even federal ministers to their inauguration. The project which was inaugurated this week – citydev’s Tivoli GreenCity – is sufficiently important to have attracted King Philippe I. Also present were Brussels Region Minister-President Rudi Vervoort, Brussels City Mayor ...
| 22-02-19


KBC building - too old at 25
In a further demonstration of just how quickly buildings are considered obsolete these days, the communal authorities in Molenbeek have just approved the demolition of the KBC buildings along the canal front alongside the Tour & Taxis complex. It should be pointed out that some further debate within the commune is still to take place, however. A second vote ...
| 21-02-19


Don't push the industry out
To inaugurate 2019 sessions of the citydev/BSI (Brussels Studies Institute) inter-university chair, the two associations invited a world-renowned authority on town planning to give the opening lecture. Professor Mark Brearley speaks all over the world, lectures at the Metropolitan University of London, has been an advisor to the Mayor of London, and runs his own small tray-making business in ...
| 20-02-19


Go-ahead for WTC renovation
There has been more progress in the potential move of parts of the Flemish administration into the World Trade centre buildings I and II in the North district of Brussels. This move was dependent on the towers being fully refurbished by owners Befimmo, and the City of Brussels has just given its go-ahead for this refurbishment to take place. The ...
| 19-02-19


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Realty, Belgium’s Real Estate Summit, will be the place where you gain inside expertise from world class experts.
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19-09-19 - 20-09-19
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