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ION brings new life for the Panquin barracks in Tervuren
There is some positive movement with regard to the rehabilitation of the 3.7 hectare former site of the Panquin barracks in Tervuren. Flemish developer ION, part of investment body PMV, has received a planning permit to redevelop the site into a multi-functional complex. Works are scheduled to start in the spring of next year on a project which will ...
| 28-08-20

New sale confirms Cofinimmo office strategy
The district around the Avenue Colonel Bourg in Evere, originally a residential district, has been an office destination in its own right for at least three decades. The relatively unique location, alongside the E40, just inside the Ring and yet close to the European district, is doubtless partly behind this.

However, it is in the decentralized district of Brussels and ...
| 27-08-20

10.000 m2 new retail spaces for Gosselies
The latest Named ‘Parenthèse’ thanks to its architectural form when seen from above,to open its doors in Belgium is located along the busy N5 at Gosselies, just outside Charleroi. Named ‘Parenthèse’ thanks to its architectural form when seen from above, this is another Equilis development, following in the footsteps of Docks Bruxsel, Bellefleur, Manufacture 65, Froyennes...

Extending to some ...
| 26-08-20

Goldman Sachs leases Brussels Blue tower for 99 years
As part of an asset rotation strategy in which Befimmo intends to dispose of certain assets that have reached maturity, with a good prospect of crystallization of value, it has been announced that the developer has reached an agreement with Goldman Sachs, subject to a condition, on the granting of a 99-year leasehold on the Blue Tower. This ...
| 25-08-20

9 hectares in one piece offered for sale in Jambes by Defence Ministry
The site of the former military barracks in Jambes have just been officially put up for sale on the SPF Finances website (Finimmoweb). The asking price – 11.5 million Euros – demonstrates the potential of the vast land parcel, representing 90,000 m² of buildings located between the Boulevard de la Meuse and the Rue de Dave. The ...
| 25-08-20

Local, ecological and health-based investments favoured
A survey carried out by Union Investment has shown that the coronavirus crisis has led to a significant shift in the investment strategies of institutional real estate investors. While this survey involves Germany, France and the UK, the findings are likely to be relevant for institutions and companies wishing to invest in Belgium too. “Lower risk, lower return”, says ...
| 24-08-20

New Brugge FC football stadium to be built for the 2022-2023 season
Bart Verhaeghe, the lively president of Club Brugge, is not used to doing things by halves. The new stadium will offer 10,000 more seats than in the old stadium, for a total capacity of 40,000 seats. Parisian architectural firm SCAU will draw up the plans, alongside its partners in the temporary association which won the design (SCAU / Bollinger) ...
| 24-08-20

€25 million residential acquisition by Catella - more to come
There is more transactional news concerning the increasingly popular residential real estate market. Catella Residential Investment Management has announced that it has made four European acquisitions, including a major property in Brussels.

This is a building dating from 2005 comprising 65 modern apartments and 70 indoor parking spaces, acquired for approximately €25 million. Most of the apartments are let and ...
| 21-08-20

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