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Belgian players increase foreign care centre portfolios
As part of our occasional look at what some of our major real estate players are doing outside of Belgium, we report on transactions by AG Real Estate and Aedifica in the ‘care centre’ segment. Firstly, AG Real Estate has announced that along with Luxembourg life insurance company Cardif Lux Vie, it has acquired a care home in Germany. ...
| 26-05-20


Retail transformation to accelerate after the crisis
There has been a great deal of speculation about what retailing is going to look like once when we return to ‘normal’. Long queues of people outside shops with the recommended two metres of distance between them, has now become part of our lives. But will there be a structural change to the industry? A number of those most ...
| 25-05-20


Property managers take centre stage
The task of managing a property is usually outsourced by building owners with rent-paying tenants to specialist companies (often departments of the major brokers), but it is nevertheless a role which is generally considered to be slightly to one side of the ‘mainstream’ real estate business. Coronavirus has changed this perception, however, and this aspect of the overall business, ...
| 22-05-20


Remodeling of Westland Shopping center, now 100% in the hands of AG Real Estate
One of the country’s three largest shopping centres – Westland Shopping in Anderlecht – has moved from joint ownership between AG Real Estate and Redevco, to the sole ownership of AG Real Estate. Westland Shopping is currently 100% marketed to retailers mainly active in the fashion and wellness sectors. AG Real Estate say that by acquiring the part of ...
| 21-05-20


More student housing in Hasselt
There is further activity in the emerging ‘student housing’ asset class. Domain specialist Xior Student Housing has announced the development of a project of at least 157 student rooms (and at least 10 floors) on the PXL campus in Hasselt. The definitive number of rooms will be determined on completion of the revised permit, which is currently underway. The ...
| 20-05-20


Architecture to be affected by COVID-19 according to Zaha Hadid Architects
The effect on the way people will work once confinement is totally finished, has been considered by many experts. Now, however, a leading architectural firm has gone further, looking at how this pandemic may affect the way office buildings are designed in the first place. Speaking to English newspaper ‘The Guardian’, Arjun Kaicker of Zaha Hadid Architects, based in ...
| 18-05-20


Ostend heritage building HANGAR 1 to be restored in its honor and glory by ION
The local authorities in Ostend have signed an agreement with project developer ION (Kristof Vanfleteren) to renovate ‘Hangar 1’, the protected but dilapidated port building located just outside the station. ION is undertaking its acquisition through Lion Investment. The city has leased the building for 27 years and is responsible for the completion of the building. In Hangar ...
| 18-05-20


Wallonia to acquire 390 hectares of industrial sites for conversion
One of the strategies of local governments in terms of new developments can be summed up as ‘killing two birds with one stone’. This is in responding to the necessity of providing new building infrastructures to boost economic activity and employment, and in getting rid of old abandoned eyesores such as disused industrial sites.

Within this philosophy, the Walloon government ...
| 15-05-20


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