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Grand Poste Liège - new look revealed

(Image: Meusinvest)
(Image: Meusinvest)

Meusinvest has presented an image of what the redevelopment of the ‘Grand Poste’ in Liège may look like. As reported by Liège Today, the 8,000 m² of space will largely be active as an incubator, dedicated to start-ups active in the media and the digital world. Liège Today also confirms that it will be international in scope and that it will have connections to the University of Liège. Among companies expected to be present in the new incubator are LeanSquare, le VentureLab.be, La Forge – Coworking. The university will also have a presence with its communication department, there will be a cultural incubator, a food court and a micro-brewery in partnership with Brasse & Vous.

Located in the historic heart of Liège close to the Cathedral and the Meuse, the Grand Poste was originally built between 1896 and 1901. It has been the subject of numerous redevelopment plans, and was recently acquired from the Berryer group by public development company Meusinvest. The redevelopment of this iconic building is also designed to add further stimulus to the rehabilitation of the Cathedral district. The project is scheduled for 2019.
Tim Harrup
10-01-2018


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