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Aedifica / AED – (Belgium Residential AOO)
Tuesday, 12 July 2011 07:45

Aedifica was established in 2005 as a fixed capital real estate investment trust by Enigma Immo by Bank Degroof and GVA Finance (listed 2006), and promptly became a SICAFI before changing its name to Aedifica in 2006. It is one of the country’s largest listed property companies and focuses on owning and developing residential, with a portfolio worth about €550m and comprising short-term leased residential or mixed use buildings in the heart of Brussels with approx 35No. seniors accommodations with about 135k sqm of space; 25No. residential investment properties with approx 70k sqm; 10No. serviced flats with approx 25k sqm; and 10No. managed hotels with about 35k sqm held on long term, triple net leases across Belgium (mid 2011).

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Last Updated on Friday, 10 February 2012 10:41
 
Ascencio / ASC – (Belgium Retail ZYY)
Tuesday, 12 July 2011 07:45

Ascensio was established in 2006 by AG Real Estate Asset Management and the Mestdagh family, and focuses on retail warehouses with a portfolio comprising about 115 properties (about 90% commercial; 5% semi-industrial, and 5% offices residential), across Belgium and France (Wallonia about 60%; Flanders 10%; Brussels 20%; and France 10%), worth approx €320m (2011), leased to tenants including Champion, Delhaize, Carrefour, Lidl, Leader Price, Grand Frais. Ascencio has a wholly owned subsidiary - Etudibel SA, and other major shareholders include Groupe Selma and Groupe de Meester.

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 14 January 2015 07:55
 
Befimmo / BEFB – (Belgium Offices VJ6)
Tuesday, 12 July 2011 07:45

Befimmo SCA was established and listed in 1995 and focuses on office investments throughout Belgium and Luxembourg with about 65% of its income from long-term leases to public institutions, with a portfolio comprising about a hundred buildings (with approx 75% in and around Brussels;20% in Flanders; 5% Wallonia; 5% the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg), with about 800k sqm and worth approx €1,950m (2011). As of September 2009 it had 4 subsidiaries: Fedimmo SA, Meirfree SA, Vitalfree SA and Axento SA. AG Insurance was Befimmo's main shareholder with just under 20% of voting rights in late 2010. In 1997 it took-over Prifast, followed by WTC SA and Noord Building SA (1998); CIBIX Sicafi (2001); 90% of Fedimmo (2006); and Ringcenter SA (2011).

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Last Updated on Friday, 10 February 2012 10:44
 
Cofinimmo – (Belgium Diversified COF/COFB)
Tuesday, 12 July 2011 07:45

Confinimmo was established in 1983 (listed 2004) and focuses on offices, healthcare (since 2005), and public properties in Belgium, France and the Netherlands worth over €3bn (late 2011), with a portfolio comprising approx: 90 offices with about 815k sqm of space worth around €1.6bn and 35% leased to the public sector on long-leases; 120 psychiatric, aftercare and rehabilitation clinics with 550k sqm of space worth €1bn; and some PPP and other development projects including prisons, nursing homes, and police stations. Cofinimmo France was established in 2008 and is a SIIC.

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Last Updated on Friday, 10 February 2012 10:49
 
Home Invest Belgium – (Belgium Residential HOMI)
Tuesday, 12 July 2011 07:44

Home Invest was established in mid-1999 as the 1st private residential Sicafi with an initial portfolio comprising about 22 buildings; 12 development sites; 320 leases; and approx 35k sqm of space. This has increased to about 85 buildings; 45 development sites; 1,120 leases; and 125k sqm of space worth approx €120m (end-2010). It focuses on apartments and houses (75%) in the Brussels region, which is "known for its low vacancies and its high-quality" residential properties, and in some other locations in Walloonia and Flanders, with some offices and retail. AXA Belgium, a subsidiary of France’s AXA, owns about 10%.

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Last Updated on Friday, 10 February 2012 10:54
 
Intervest Offices & Warehouses – (Belgium INTO/IJY)
Tuesday, 12 July 2011 07:44

Interest Offices & Warehouses was established in 1996 as Immo Airway before changing its name to PeriFund in 1999 and becoming a property investment fund, and changing its name again to Intervest Offices in 2001. It focuses on "high-quality, up-to-date offices and warehouses leased to first-class tenants" in buildings concentrated along the Antwerp – Brussels artery, with a portfolio comprising about 65% offices (15No. properties with approx 215ksqm worth about €365m) and 35% of semi-industrials, logistics and high-tech properties (12No. properties with approx 320k sqm worth about €175m) or approx €550m in total (2011). It has grown over the years mostly via acquisitions: the merger by absorption of Catian, Innotech, Greenhill Campus and Mechelen, VastNed Group companies, and in kind capital increase of the De Arend, Sky Building and Gateway House (2001); the merger by absorption of Siref, Apibi, Mechelen Campus, Merchtem Cargo Center, Pakobi and Puurs Logistic Center (2002); the  merger by absorption of Mechelen Campus 2, Mechelen Campus 4, Mechelen Campus 5 and Perion II (2005); the merger by absorption of Zuidinvest and Mechelen Campus 3 (2007); the merger by absorption of Herentals Logistic Center (2008); the merger by absorption of Edicorp (2009); and the merger by absorption of West – Logistics, and MGMF Limburg (2011). It has also engaged in some logistics development.

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Last Updated on Friday, 10 February 2012 10:59
 
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