Pro-Realestate Newsletter N° 30 - November 2017
Demand for e-trade logistics space set to rocket

Cushman & Wakefield has been looking at the growing importance of the on-line shopping segment and its impact on the logistics property segment. In Brussels alone, annual e-commerce parcel volumes are expected to grow from 14.7 million parcels in 2016 to 27.2 million in 2021. As a result, demand for urban logistics space to serve last mile deliveries is growing in tandem with e-commerce orders. Improving urban Logistics will require joint planning from (e-)retailers, parcel companies and city stakeholders in the long term for re-appropriation of outdated warehouses located in 30-minute drive time zones from inner city locations.

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Realty: developing the business model
In 9 years Realty has grown strongly with around 7.000 real estate professionals attending last year's exhibition. The fair organizers have now to ensure the high quality of the experience for visitors and exhibitors. Interview with Mathieu Van Marcke, head of Realty, who tells us of what he has in mind for the future
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Investment in residential attracts CBRE offering
The arrival of residential property as a mainstream real estate sector in Belgium, is further confirmed by advisor and broker CBRE. The company has launched a new website dedicated to investment in residential property. This thus completes its range of advisory services which had previously been exclusively in commercial property.
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Strategic alliance between BEFIMMO and SILVERSQUARE a co-working pioneer
During a press conference, Benoît De Blieck, CEO of Befimmo, expressed the desire of the company to anticipate the rapid and profound evolution of the office market. Within this framework, Befimmo has concluded a strategic partnership with the Silversquare company, a Belgian leader in co-working centres.

Together they intend to develop 4-5 co-working centres over the next two years. The first Silversquare @Befimmo (4.000 m2) will open its doors at the beginning of next year in the Triomphe building at Ixelles. In time, all multi-occupancy Befimmo buildings, along with new projects, may be organised to accommodate a Silversquare @Befimmo centre .
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Cushman partners with MCS to grasp the IoT opportunities
New appointment in Occupier Services at Colliers
DDS - new name and working concept

Left Side Business Park to bring high quality of life to Charleroi development

AG clears the way for Tweed development

Dockx Bruxsel: success, challenges and for sale

Ixelles military Barracks back on track

Rive Gauche nominated for Mapic Awards

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