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Concept of a new 'Inhabited Park' for Namur
It is not just in Brussels that new city districts are being created. Just such a project has been announced for Jambes, alongside Namur, by Thomas & Piron Bâtiment working with architects Atelier de l’Arbre d’Or and Assar. Described as an ‘inhabited park’ the desire is to design this new district, named 'Parc d'Enhaive', so that ...
| 22-09-20

Innovation, post-covid and cities feature in Paris
In its closing message from the Paris Real Estate Week which took place last week, organizers Reed Midem said that it had been made clear that talent and sustainability are key for reinvigorating our cities in a post-Covid future, which must not fear change. And while powerful trends – from AI to climate change – abound, humans are ...
| 21-09-20

Anderlecht scheme begins
Development agencies citydev .brussels, housing agency SLRB and the Foyer Anderlechtois have given details of a scheme to be constructed alongside the Ceria and Coovi university campus in Anderlecht. This location is therefore just inside the Ring at the level of the Chaussée de Mons and immediately alongside both a metro station and a large car park. The ...
| 18-09-20

New shareholder for Eaglestone
The newest Belgian developer to have joined the ‘big league’ has announced a change in its shareholding. European real-estate group Eaglestone has reported that the Compagnie du Bois Sauvage has acquired a 30% stake in its central holding company. The Company du Bois Sauvage has purchased these 30% from the group's 3 existing shareholders, based on a ...
| 17-09-20

Limited success for Belgians at Mipim Awards
The 30th edition of the MIPIM Awards took place yesterday as part of Mipim Paris Real Estate Week. The 12 winners were announced at a ceremony held in Paris at InterContinental Paris Le Grand. There was disappointment for the Belgian entries, as for once, none of them came out on top. As a reminder, Tivoli Greencity, The Cosmopolitan, ...
| 16-09-20

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

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