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Editpress building set for transformation in Luxembourg
Immobel Luxembourg and its architectural partner for the project, A/2618, have announced the architectural renaissance of an iconic Esch-sur-Alzette building, which is also designed to bring a new lease of life to the Rue du Canal. The former Editpress head office, built in 1938 for one of the country’s historical press groups, is to be transformed by a programme offering ...
| 21-01-21


Motel One set for Antwerp
Following the opening of its Brussels hotel on the Rue Royale close to the Colonne du Congrès just a few years ago, ‘Motel One’ is now expanding to Belgium’s second city, Antwerp. The company had issued a rigorous set of criteria, and it was by persuading developer Cores to change the destination of a residential project on the Oever ...
| 15-01-21


Woluwe office conversion project for Eaglestone
At the end of last year, Eaglestone acquired two office buildings located in Woluwe-Saint-Lambert (Brussels) at 73 Avenue des Pléiades, and 5 Clos du Lynx. Eaglestone says that it has acquired the buildings with a view over time to developing a fourth residential project. Through this new acquisition, Eaglestone goes on to say, it wishes to respond to the ...
| 07-01-21


‘Triomphe 172’ office building in Auderghem is to be converted for residential use
Strategically located at the entry to Brussels from the E 411 in Auderghem, the ‘Triomphe 172 building is now the subject of a new company and of a new strategy. Anne-Catherine Galetic and Thérècia Landell, in collaboration with the Peterbroeck et de Montjoye families as 50% fund providers, are set to redevelop the building. Currently home to Europe ...
| 28-12-20


Motown aims to develop a portfolio of more than 200.000 m2 of housing within 5 years
The founders of Belgian company Motown Development have just created a head holding company called Motown Real Estate Holding (MREH), which has been capitalized since its creation last June to the tune of 20 million Euros. Two months later, a new contribution raised this capital to 26 million. The developer received the confidence of several private investors and a ...
| 14-12-20


Co-living looks to the future
The concept of co-living, which sees occupants of a building sharing various facilities, may not seem to be the order of the day during a pandemic, but at least two operators are making moves in this direction in Belgium. Firstly, and with advisor Anixton as its partner, French enterprise ‘Colonies’ says it is planning to expand into Belgium. Its ...
| 14-12-20


Matexi has purchased the former Saint-Joseph clinic in Liège to transform it into 240 housings
More news concerning the transformation of buildings from their initial use to a new designation has emerged, but this time not in Brussels and not involving a former office building. It has been announced by residential developer Matexi that it has purchased the former Saint-Joseph clinic in Liège, in order to transform it into 240 residential units.

This clinic is ...
| 11-12-20


More student accommodation in Liège
A short while ago the authorities in Liège gave the green light to a project which will see the demolition of a car park located in the centre, and its reconstruction into a student housing block with a renewed car park. As reported by ‘Today in Liège’, the decision of the authorities was made easier by the fact that ...
| 01-12-20


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