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Paris Real Estate Week gears up for start
The Paris Real Estate Week is still scheduled to take start next Monday. Organizers Reed Midem have given further details of the presentations and conference programme. One obvious topic is the impact of the health crisis on investments in proptech, and this will be the theme of a conference with Roxanne Varza, Director of Station ...
| 06-09-20

Atenor remains diversified and profitable
At its press conference to present its half yearly figures yesterday, Atenor gave considerable insight into its current strategy and how this translates into its portfolio and development decisions.

Firstly, a word about the figures: the consolidated net result for the first half of 2020 amounted to 19.6 million Euros, compared to 6.3 million during the same period in 2019. ...
| 04-09-20

Emerging mobility with self-driving vehicles will impact real estate
The construction side of our industry is not often highlighted on this website, nor is the emergence of autonomous vehicles (AVs). However, a recent article published in ‘Urban Mobility Daily and entitled ‘Rides, Roads, Residences’, demonstrates how the construction industry is going to have to change in the light of these self-driving vehicles, and also how the ...
| 02-09-20

Online voting for the MIPIM Awards 2020 starts today
The MIPIM Awards programme runs the whole spectrum of property types and over the past three decades has demonstrated an unrivalled track record in identifying buildings that not only set new standards in design and construction, but which have stood the test of time.

Last January, the jury selected 45 outstanding real estate projects from 19 countries in ...
| 01-09-20

CBRE’s staggering new workspace design for their new offices
Real Estate advisor CBRE has recently moved into the most modern office buildings located on the Boulevard de Waterloo in the centre of Brussels, between the Porte Louise and the Porte de Namur. This was more than a change of building, however, but a real shift in workplace philosophy. And the result is enough to make you forget any ...
| 01-09-20

Investors find safe haven in senior homes
We are often reporting on the rise of senior housing an asset class for investors. A new European report by Savills demonstrates the pertinence of this type of investment, particularly against the backdrop of the covid-19 crisis. The real estate advisor finds that approximately €515 million was invested in European senior housing assets in the first half of 2020, ...
| 01-09-20

Polo Architects in the spotlight
The next edition of ‘Lunch with an Architect’ ,organized by Forum Press & Communications, will take place at the Flagey studios in Brussels on September 14th. The presentation this time will be by Polo Architects, founded by Mauro Poponcini & Patrick Lootens and employing around a hundred persons in their offices in Antwerp and Brussels. The philosophy ...
| 31-08-20

Tivoli GreenCity to be the most sustainable district in Brussel
The sheer scale and ambition of the Tivoli GreenCity project developed by citydev.brussels has already led to it being awarded a number of prizes in the architectural and town planning domain. It is therefore not surprising to find the project selected to be a finalist in this year’s Mipim Awards, where it had to prove its merits ...
| 31-08-20

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