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Social distancing at work: 20,000 feet...?
For the past few months many of us have been preoccupied with two subjects: when can we get back to the office, and when can we get on an aeroplane again and go somewhere? As it is the middle of August, we are therefore reporting on something which, while office-related, is less relevant (for most of us at least) ...
| 14-08-20

After the crisis is over...
Because of the unprecedented times we are living in, the major real estate advisors have been looking at what impact covid is having on the real estate markets. We recently reported on CBREs analysis of the figures in Brussels for the first half of the year. Now, we are able to give the views of JLL on what ...
| 13-08-20

Foreign deals continue for Belgian operators
There is a substantial amount of continued activity by Belgian real estate companies outside of our borders. In this latest report we highlight three such companies and their latest moves in Spain, Germany and Romania.

Investment trust Xior Student Housing, firstly, has acquired a student residence in Granada, in the Andalusia region of Spain, from, Amro Real Estate ...
| 11-08-20

Retail activity - some surprises
Alongside its report into the Flanders office market over the first half of this covid-affected year, real estate advisor CBRE has analysed the situation for retail real estate across the whole of Belgium. The first observation comes perhaps as something of a surprise. Retail take-up amounted to 180,580 m through the first half of 2020, representing one of the ...
| 10-08-20

Eaglestone acquires 'Les Jardins de l'Orne'
The former paper mills at Mont-St.-Guibert have gradually been transformed into a vast mixed use project since 2011, named Les Jardins de lOrne. This project extends to some 9 hectares and will eventually see 300 houses and apartments, a crche, retail units and office space. Brussels-based developer Eaglestone has now become a major player in this project, by acquiring from ...
| 07-08-20

E-commerce boom boosts VGP profit
VGP, specializing in development of logistics real estate, is benefiting from the booming e-commerce market, which requires warehouse space. Its CEO, Jan Van Geet, announced at the beginning of August that the net profit for the past six months amounted to 180 to 200 million Euros, compared to 75 million in the first half of 2019.

VGP is, among ...
| 06-08-20

Primark property changes hands
There has been a major retail transaction in Brussels. Union Investment has acquired a commercial building in Brussels for special fund UII European. Along with a property in Madrid, these are the first two retail properties to be added to the fund. The commercial building is located at Chaussee dIxelles 63 - 65 in the rapidly developing uptown ...
| 05-08-20

New world management skills
The way in which our work and our workplaces will be organized in the future has been the subject of much speculation since the start of the crisis. One major change to be envisaged has been the creation of the role of Chief Places Officer. Now, remote working and shared offices specialist Regus has identified another management skill ...
| 04-08-20

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