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Victor tower should finally see light of day near the Gare du Midi

After more than 10 years of negotiations, the Victor tower should finally see the light of day near the Gare du Midi in Brussels. It will be built in accordance with the master plan for the ‘Gare habitante’ developed by French architect and urban planner Djamel Klouche. citydev.brussels has just allocated the development contract for 102 subsidized housing units and 32 normal units to Atenor and BPI . Shops and services will be located at the foot of the tower. A covered shopping gallery will directly connect the tower to the station. An office complex of almost 72,000 m² is to complete this mixed project in the long term.

Read the report from l'echo [Atenor-BPI et Eiffage retenus pour le 5e appel à projet de citydev.brussels ]
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