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Globally in Europe, population will increase by more than 2% in the next 20 years. Important disparities will differently impact the national context. Combined with a (...)
In the recovering economic context, the Brussels office market has recorded 250,000 sq m of take-up since the beginning of the year, a level in line (...)
Despite a decline, the Flemish office markets take-up is decent with 28,500 sq m recorded, and an additional 3,500 sq m outside of office markets.
Again, Antwerp (...)
As football reaches fever pitch with the ongoing World Cup in Brazil, questions surround the home of the Belgian national team: the King Baudouin Stadium is (...)
Following the healthy start to the year, the semi-industrial segment encounters a similar level of take-up in Q2, which amounts to 195,000 sq m.
Logistics take-up was (...)
The Belgian economy has continued to improve in H1 2014, following the gradual strengthening of the Eurozone economy. Financing conditions remain attractive with interest rates at (...)
Wallonia take-up amounted to 4,700 sq m in Q2, not including an extra 500 sq m recorded outside of Walloon office markets. Walloon Brabant is not (...)
The Belgian economy should continue to improve in 2014, following the gradual strengthening of the Eurozone economy. Financing conditions remain attractive with interest rates at historically (...)
The Belgian economy should improve in 2014, following the gradual strengthening of the Eurozone economy. Unemployment is nevertheless set to slightly increase in Belgium in 2014, (...)
Semi-industrial take-up in Q1 was a healthy 180,000 sq m thanks to extensive activity in Flanders and important hubs of activity such as Brussels Airport.
Overall, logistics (...)
The Sixth Reform of the Federal State will be applied from July 2014, and will see Liège’s status as Wallonia’s financial and economic pole cemented.
In addition (...)
A decline in new activity in shopping centres is tempered by the current wave of consolidations in the sector. Indeed the highest ranking centres by number (...)
Take-up in Belgium has decreased by 13% on a quarterly basis, resulting in 45,000 sq m of newly committed office spaces. This figure is relatively weak (...)
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