BPI Real Estate has been a major real estate developer for more than 30 years, both on the Belgian market and abroad. We devise and build innovative real estate projects focused on sustainability, which meet the needs of our clients.
As a major real estate developer in Belgium, BPI Real Estate and its entire team are committed every day to revitalising and redesigning the cities of the future. They specifically do this by developing a real estate offer of residential properties which meet the expectations of the markets, of commercial premises which can be adapted to the new realities, of services which supplement a need in the municipality, and of office spaces which fully comply with the new ways of working (co-working spaces).
Priority given to sustainable development. All our development and construction activities are based on the criteria set out in the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) developed by the United Nations. The carbon footprint is one of the key aspects in all the spaces we design.
Among the 17 UN SDGs, we have selected three priorities for our industrial sector. They are absolutely essential for us and we apply them specifically through our various constructions projects: clean and affordable energy (SDG 7), sustainable cities and communities (SDG 11), partnerships for achieving these objectives (SDG 17). Six other criteria are also frequently applied, depending on the context.
ETHIAS, one of the largest Belgian insurance companies, announces today the agreement it has signed with BPI Real Estate regarding the acquisition of the WOOD HUB building. ...
The Low Carbon Building Initiative reveals the methodology for the first pan-European low carbon label, measuring the carbon footprint of real estate based on a Life-Cycle Analysis. ...
BPI Real Estate Luxembourg and IKO Real Estate have successfully delivered the WOODEN building. ...
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Our after-sales service assists you, once the keys to your apartment have been handed over, in dealing with the actions of the company tasked with remedying any defects identified during the deliveries.