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Eaglestone sells 'The First' to Union Investment
Eaglestone has announced that it has sold a building to Union Investment.The building is located on the prestigious Square Orban in the European district of Brussels, and its official address is Rue de la Science 37. This location, in between the two main thoroughfares of the district – Rue Belliard and Rue de la Loi – is ...
| 18-12-20

Walloon reconversion projects move forward
Earlier this year the Walloon government announced its intention to rehabilitate abandoned or unused industrial sites. These in particular included the Carsid site at Charleroi (108 hectares)e and the Arcelor Mittal premises in the Liège region (282 hectares at Chertal and Seraing). Further sites at Marchin and La Louvière are to join the list. The entire programme aims ...
| 17-12-20

Immobel buys Total HQ
Immobel has just announced that it has reached an agreement with French group Total for the purchase of buildings and land, including its head office in the European Quarter in Brussels. Immobel, specialised in large-scale urban renewal projects, is set to renovate 75% of the 25,000+ m² building complex on Rue de la Loi in Brussels, applying the ...
| 16-12-20

Retail suffering in different degrees
In its annual press conference on the retail sector of this morning (December 15) advisor JLL paints a picture of an industry in turmoil. While ‘food’ and ‘e-commerce’ are the only winners, JLL believes that where the latter is concerned, it is beginning to reach its limits and that consumers are looking forward to the social aspect of once ...
| 15-12-20

Co-living looks to the future
The concept of co-living, which sees occupants of a building sharing various facilities, may not seem to be the order of the day during a pandemic, but at least two operators are making moves in this direction in Belgium. Firstly, and with advisor Anixton as its partner, French enterprise ‘Colonies’ says it is planning to expand into Belgium. Its ...
| 14-12-20

Matexi has purchased the former Saint-Joseph clinic in Liège to transform it into 240 housings
More news concerning the transformation of buildings from their initial use to a new designation has emerged, but this time not in Brussels and not involving a former office building. It has been announced by residential developer Matexi that it has purchased the former Saint-Joseph clinic in Liège, in order to transform it into 240 residential units.

This clinic is ...
| 11-12-20

AG sells German healthcare portfolio to Healthcare Property Fund Europe
AG Real Estate SA, representing its parent company AG Insurance SA, and Cardif Lux Vie SA (a Luxembourg life insurance company positioned among the major players in the market) recently carried out a major transaction involving the sale to Healthcare Property Fund Europe (HPF Europe). This is a fund specialising in real estate and managed by BNP Paribas Real ...
| 10-12-20

Low take-up but high investment in Brussels office market
The annual press conference held by real estate advisor JLL yesterday looked at the situation of the Brussels office market. Some contrasts were clear, but the main message, outlined by Jean-Philip Vroninks at the outset, was that in terms of take-up, this year is virtually at an all time low, with the current level of 270,000 m² not expected ...
| 09-12-20

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