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Mipim to look at new role of cities
Organisers Reed Midem have just announced that the central theme for Mipim 2018 will be ‘Mapping World Urbanity.’ The expansion of urban areas, says Reed Midem, is redrawing the world map, helping to reposition cities – rather than countries – as economic powers. The 29th edition of MIPIM will therefore explore the future of urban living and how these changes ...
| 15/12/2017


Belliard 40 attracts pre-lets
Cofinimmo has confirmed the attraction of new, high quality and energy-efficient buildings on the Brussels marketplace. It has announced the signature of lease agreements for more than half of the surface area of Belliard 40 before delivery of the works. On October 1st next year, the International Workplace Group (Regus) will open a 4,355 m² ‘Spaces’ coworking centre ...
| 14/12/2017


Good public sector year - JLL
Broker and real estate advisor JLL has produced its analysis of the year just ending. Where the Brussels office market is concerned, it notes a growing trend among companies which is further calling into question the traditional office occupancy model. This is the desire for companies to attract ‘digital natives’ into their businesses, those young people who have grown ...
| 13/12/2017


Delta tower: Japanese/Belgian team wins competition
There is significant news concerning the proposed new tower to be constructed at the Delta site in Auderghem. It has been announced that the Japanese/Belgian association of Sou Fujimoto Architects and AWAA has won the international competition for the design of this tower. To do this, the team had to beat 26 other candidates. Having been launched by developer ...
| 13/12/2017


New perspectives for the redevelopment of the Val-Saint-Lambert site in Liege
The Val St. Lambert site is set to become the setting for seminars and conferences. The site’s owners have signed an agreement with French company Châteauform, which specialises in the organisation of these types of events in prestigious properties such as chateaux. The French group already has around 60 of these properties in its portfolio, and turns over 200 ...
| 12/12/2017


Befimmo to buy Arts 56
Axa Belgium and Befimmo have announced that they have entered into an agreement, subject to conditions, involving the acquisition by Befimmo of a 99-year leasehold on the Arts 56 building. This 21,000 m² building is located on the Avenue des Arts at the Place du Trône, and as such benefits from being just a few minutes walk from the ...
| 12/12/2017


Immobel acquisition in France
The Immobel Group has announced that it is making further moves outside of Belgium by acquiring the French group Nafilyan & Partners, a major residential property developer in the Paris region. Marnix Galle, Executive Chairman of the Group, explains: “We have always envisaged 2017 as a springboard to give IMMOBEL the resources it needs to accelerate its development. In ...
| 11/12/2017


The future of retailing - CBRE vision
There is a great deal of talk about the future of retailing when e-commerce really takes hold. Broker CBRE has been setting out its vision of how our shopping habits may change in this new cyber-future, taking the year 2030 as a reference date. It believes that automation, personalisation and Big Data are going to be the trends which ...
| 07/12/2017


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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 -