Pro-Realestate Newsletter N° 31 - December 2017
SNCB – properties for sale?

Federal Mobility Minister François Bellot is continuing to try and ensure that the SNCB provides value to the people of Belgium. He has already been quite vociferous on the subject of the infamous ‘RER saga’, and now it is the property holdings of the national rail company which have attracted his attention.

In an interview given to respected real estate journalist Philippe Coulée for Belgian newspaper L’Echo, François Bellot confirms that he is having an inventory carried out by PwC, to find out exactly what the value of these holdings is, with a view to a potential sale of those properties which are not of use to the SNCB.

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Vibrant retail activity
Following the terrorist attacks, footfall has picked up again but the rise of e-commerce, new shopping opportunities elsewhere in the Capital and the run down condition of the infrastructure in the city centre required a response from all parties involved. in-depth study of the retail scene in central Brussels by JLL.
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A future with more fertile cities
During the 34th Facility Night,visionary architect Vincent Callebaut, in front of an audience of 360 professionals in facility & real estate management, presented his vision for the transformation of our cities so that they become more intelligent, autonomous, dense and sustainable, through developing in a circular and not a linear economic model. Vincent Callebaut imagined a new future for the former Maritime Station on the Tour and Taxis site in Brussels and surrounding areas.
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Numerous abandoned or empty (office) buildings are more and more transformed into apartment blocks, assisted living apartments, hotels or retail spaces. How do you transform these depreciated buildings into sustainable and modern buildings?

At the seminar ‘Transformatie van Vastgoed 2018’ of SPRYG Real Estate Academy transformation experts will update you in just one day on the do’s and don’ts in real estate transformation and reconversion: strategy, legal, fiscal and finance. Several interesting cases in Antwerp and Ostend will be presented and interactively discussed.
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The grouping of independent healthcare mutual societies calls COLLIERS INTERNATIONAL to help them to build and fit-out their new headquarters.
The project started by a ‘stay or leave’ analysis. The result was that either they had to select another building than their current location or construct a new building. The second option was chosen, close to the Erasme hospital. Colliers set up an architectural competition, looking for an overall team ( include a study bureau, architect, engineers, acoustics) and acted as project manager right up to delivery.

At the end of the works, MLOZ (Mutualités Libres / Onafhangelijke Ziekendfonds) asked Colliers to take charge of the interior design and fit-out. It was THE opportunity for MLOZ to adopt the New Way of Working. Joint interview of Réginald de le Vingne, Real Estate and Insurance Manager at MLOZ, and Thomas Simon, Senior Project Manager at Colliers International.
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New TRIBES coworking center opening downtown brussels confirms 'flexible' trend
ATENOR involved in major projects within three of Brussels’ strategic zones
Outstanding concept by A2RC Architects for AXA new Brussels headquarters

' Rue d'arlon 104 ' example of the town planning policies discussed during the URBACT conference

Major residential project for HIB in Molenbeek

Commission to stay in MONDRIAN until 2031

New perspectives for the redevelopment of the VAL-SAINT-LAMBERT site in Liege

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