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Major urban projects for tomorrow
Brussels is not only Belgium’s capital, it is also the capital of Europe and therefore a major centre of political and economic power. This cosmopolitan and multicultural city is undeniably attractive, both for project leaders looking for an international strategic base for their companies and for investors from all over the world. We give you an overview of the major urban projects that will shape the future of the capital.
Real Estate [Trendbook]: What will the cities of tomorrow look like?
Cities are places of life, work and travel. According to the UN, half of the world’s population lives in cities, and this figure will reach around two thirds by 2050. In our conception of the city, it is important to reinvent ourselves: offices must open themselves up and find a function that benefits the city during the day, but also during evenings and weekends.
First-class business districts at the crossroads of major European interchanges
In our new publication "Smart Brussels", we aim to offer a comprehensive overview of the new levers for competitiveness and growth that Brussels offers. The capital of Europe counts several major economic centres of attraction.
Chancelier: The offices of tomorrow at the heart of the city
By the second half of 2023, the corner of 40 Rue des Colonies and Rue de la Chancellerie will change appearance and be the location of a brand new office building. Named Chancelier and developed by Codic in collaboration with the firm Archi 2000, this premium real estate operation is already being marketed by BNP Paribas Real Estate Belgium.
The circular economy at the very heart of construction
“Nothing is lost, everything is transformed”. The circular economy applied to real estate means re-using and developing buildings, infrastructures and neighbourhoods without drying up natural resources, polluting the environment or damaging our ecosystems. The aim of the circular economy is also to use raw materials sensibly, re-purpose and recycle waste. It is, more than ever, a part of property development’s business model.