Immobel’s vision of building the cities of tomorrow has remained the same for over 150 years
Immobel’s journey has continued to grow over the years. Technological advances, innovations and key dates have driven Immobel to continuously adapt and bounce back, to reach the position it is in today: the leader of the Belgian property market and an international reference.
Immobel’s highlights from 1863 to today
Immobel adopts the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
- Immobel joins Euronext’s Bel Mid index.
- Immobel acquires the rest of Nafilyan & Partners and creates Immobel Germany.
- Acquisition of Eden in Frankfurt, Immobel’s first project in Germany.
- Immobel intensifies its European presence and begins to focus on the French residential and office market.
- Immobel creates the Immobel Social Fund and supports organisations active in the fields of health, culture and social integration.
Immobel enters the French market: Immobel buys part of Nafilyan & Partners in Paris.
Immobel merges with Allfin and becomes the largest listed property developer in Belgium.
Marnix Galle becomes Executive Chairman.
- Allfin becomes the main shareholder of Immobel with 29.85% of the shares.
- The Black Pearl office project, a passive “BREEAM Excellent” building, is completed in the European district of Brussels.
The first projects in Poland take place.
Evolution of the supervisory structure: JER Partners becomes the new main shareholder.
Immobel co-develops the European Parliament of Brussels.
- 1991-2011: Renovation of a historical heritage site, the Place des Martyrs neighbourhood in Brussels.
- Immobel merges with “Les Entreprises Louis Dewaele” and the group begins to work on office projects.
Acquisition of Investimmo, which focuses on the development and promotion of peripheral areas of land in Brussels and Flanders
Immobel merges with Consortium Immobilier, providing the Group with a portfolio generating recurring revenues.
Land banking activities make a significant contribution to the company’s income.
Development of 80ha of land around the Basilica of Koekelberg.
‘Compagnie Immobilière de Belgique’ was founded by J.R. Bischoffsheim, H. de Brouckère and J. Malou with the aim of responding to the urban and industrial challenges of the 19th century.
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