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Patron Capital makes first Belgian acquisition
Patron Capital and its joint venture partner Suprema have acquired the Aramis Building, located in the Corporate Village in the Brussels’ Airport District. This news is being reported by a number of sources including IPE Real Assets. London-based Patron Assets describes itself as having operations across Europe with advisory offices in the UK, Luxembourg and Spain and major operating ...
| 18-01-21


Motel One set for Antwerp
Following the opening of its Brussels hotel on the Rue Royale close to the Colonne du Congrès just a few years ago, ‘Motel One’ is now expanding to Belgium’s second city, Antwerp. The company had issued a rigorous set of criteria, and it was by persuading developer Cores to change the destination of a residential project on the Oever ...
| 15-01-21


A third hybrid business centre for 'The Office' in Luxembourg city
Having already opened two hybrid business centres in Luxembourg city, ‘The Office’ created by Gosia Kramer, is already well represented in the Luxembourg landscape. However, the company has now clearly demonstrated its desire to grow further in the Grand Duchy. It is set to open a third business centre called ‘Suits’, extending to over 3,200 m² and located at ...
| 14-01-21


Savills buys North District landmark
It is being reported, although without any official communiqué from the parties involved, that Savills Investment Management has completed a major acquisition in Brussels. On behalf of a foreign investor, it is reported to have bought the 36,000 m² office building located at 1 Boulevard du Roi-Albert 2, in the North District. This is said to be a partial ...
| 13-01-21


Logistics market benefits from crisis
Throghout this year, there have been concrete signs that logistics operators and retailers active in supplying all the goods we need, have been taking up increasing amounts of warehousing space. The semi-industrial market, by contrast, has slipped but is still seen as positive.The two market segments – semi-industrial and logistics, however, evolved differently in take-up terms. Industrial and Logistics ...
| 12-01-21


Foreign acquisitions continue despite Covid
Belgian real estate companies continued to operate in other territories during the covid-impacted year of 2020. A few notable transactions include, first of all, Aedifica, which has announced the acquisition of a brand-new purpose-built care home in Hailsham, East Sussex (UK), comprising 60en-suite bedrooms for seniors requiring continuous care, for approximately £14.5million. The care home, which is expected ...
| 11-01-21


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