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Brussels office market suffering but not defeated
The confinement caused by the COVID-19 pandemic has brought take-up in Brussels offices to an abrupt halt. Our colleagues from L’Echo newspaper have spoken to the experts from JLL to discover what the situation looks like at the half-way point of the year. The results are less poor than might have been imagined, with take up of around ...
| 16-09-20

Propel by Mipim tackles the future
Despite the ongoing crisis which is in particular affecting Paris, delegates came together at Le Centquatre for Day One of Propel by Mipim, where innovation in the property industry was the theme for many expert speakers. One of the first sessions was ‘Countryside: the future?’ in which Samir Bantal of OMA tackled the urbanization trend ...
| 15-09-20

Adapting to the new retail scene
In its ‘Back-to-School 2020 Retail Trends’ report, Cushman & Wakefield says the covid-19 outbreak has accelerated the trends previously observed on the Belgium and Luxembourg real estate markets and will contribute to a strong reshaping of the retail landscape, with impact on activity, footfalls, rents and yields. More than ever, retail will be a question of ...
| 14-09-20

Post-covid: evolution not revolution
During its half-yearly press conference at which it outlined its strategy, developer Atenor also explained what its views are on the potential impact on the market of covid-19. The first point, says CEO Stéphan Sonneville, is that it is not time to make any real conclusions yet. He was at pains to point out that prudence is required ...
| 11-09-20

Start of works for NorthCity project in Haren'
Rehabilitating former industrial sites into new mixed use complexes is a trend we have been seeing in Brussels (and elsewhere) for some years. The concept not only avoids the emergence of more 'single activity ghettos' but as the projects invariably include a large proportion of new housing, it also plays a major role in responding to the changing demographic ...
| 10-09-20

New acquisition by Union Investment
Union Investment has announced that it has acquired the Diamond office building in Ghent, through the property company Global Life Tree NV. The seller is a joint venture between Flemish developers Global Estate Group and Life Tree Group. he acquisition has been made on behalf of open-ended special real estate fund UII EuropeanM, which is ...
| 09-09-20

Régie des Bâtiments - a vast scope
In its latest activities report, the State Buildings Agency (Régie des Bâtiments) details actions taken during 2019. The Agency describes the year as one of ‘evolution, transformation, modernization, sustainability, optimization and renewal’. Numerous projects, the Agency goes on to say, have been brought to a successful conclusion. These include the provision of an exhibition area in the Brussels Royal ...
| 08-09-20

High ambitions for Jumbo
Already with a presence in the Flanders region, Dutch supermarket chain Jumbo has announced that it is continuing its expansion to the regions of Waasland and Hasselt. The brand will open brand new stores in Beveren and Sint-Lambrechts-Herk at the end of 2020. The store in Beveren will be the first Jumbo store in the province of East ...
| 07-09-20

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