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Alides sells 'Kennedy B' building in Luxembourg
There has been another substantial transaction in the strategic and central Kirchberg district of Luxembourg. Belgian real estate investor and developer Alides REIM has announced the sale of the share capital in its subsidiary Alides Lux SARL, owner of Espace Kennedy B., to SCI Pension Plus, a French institutional investor managed by LaSalle Investment Management, who also managed this ...
| 06-07-20

Recuperated heat for the King
The manner in which the royal palace and its outbuildings in Laeken are heated may not seem to be of particular interest. However, the most recent operation in this respect by the buildings’ owners – the State Buildings Agency (Régie des Bâtiments) – is a clear indication of an authority ‘practicing what it preaches’.Building owners of all types are ...
| 03-07-20

EU finally leases 'The One'
It was a piece of news the Brussels real estate industry had been expecting. ‘The One’ in the European district, developed by Atenor and now wholly owned by Deka Immobilien, has been let to the European Commission via a long term 18-year lease. The Commission will move in once the specific fit-out works being undertaken by Atenor for Deka, ...
| 02-07-20

ULI appoints Marnix Galle as their new Chairman for Europe
Marnix Galle, executive chairman of developer, Immobel has been appointed as Chairman of the Urban Land Institute Europe. He will serve on a voluntary basis for a two-year term starting on 1 July 2020 and will also join the ULI Global Board of Directors.

The Urban Land Institute (ULI) is a non-profit education and research organization supported ...
| 02-07-20

Germany calls for Belgian developers
Belgium’s largest neighbour is again proving to be an attraction for the country’s real estate domain. Within this context, we are publishing another edition of our occasional series ‘Belgian’s abroad’


Logistics expert Montea has announced that following Belgium, France and the Netherlands, it is now to enter the German market and thus increase its international position. The strong growth of ...
| 01-07-20

Möbius Towers in Brussels are in full swing
The twin Möbius towers, rising to almost 100 metres in height over the Brussels skyline, are further examples of the new stimulus and redevelopment being seen in the North District of Brussels. The innovative architecture of these passive buildings is the work of Assar Architects.

Some 1,200 members of the staff of Allianz moved into the first ...
| 30-06-20

Corona crisis versus 2007 financial crisis: what happened last time?
Speculation continues as to how the markets will finally react to the current health crisis. Real estate advisor JLL has approached this issue in a relatively scientific manner, by looking at what happened after the previous crisis.

Firstly, JLL analysed the reaction of the European office markets in 2008-2009, following the global financial crisis which began in 2007. It should ...
| 30-06-20

Inofer industrial site in Mechelen to be redeveloped by Codic
It seems only a few years ago that Mechelen was recognised as an emerging office destination in its own right. One of the main reasons for this was the geographical location between Brussels and Antwerp, and the proximity (directly by motorway) to Brussels Airport. Rapidly following the emergence of Mechelen came another trend – that of occupants wishing to ...
| 29-06-20

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