CB Richard Ellis Investors acquires Aramis building in Zaventem (BE)

CB Richard Ellis Investors, on behalf of its investment fund CB Richard Ellis Strategic Partners Europe Fund III, acquires the 18,563-m² Aramis office building, the latest and final development scheme of the 75,500-m² Corporate Village business park in Zaventem, Belgium.

Aramis, Corporate Village, Zaventem

Aramis is the final development scheme of the 75,500-m² Corporate Village business park.

The complex, located in the Brussels periphery, close to the airport, is easily accessible by car and by public transport. Aramis is the biggest and highest technical building in the park. It boasts dynamic architecture and strong concepts, such as a double-height entry hall designed by the architect agency Atelier Caubet and the 5 Star Service Program (personal concierge, shared meeting rooms, cafeteria…).

This investment highlights the continued commitment of CBRE Investors to sustainable development. Aramis offers state of the art technical equipments meeting the strictest standards in terms of thermal and sound insulation, providing quality of life and energy savings. The building exceeds environmental standards in anticipation of the Belgium EPB 2009 norms (E=100, K=45). The implementation of these "green" characteristics will allow for energy savings of at least €3/m² annually and up to €10/m² through the implementation of the 5 Star Service Program.

Nicolas Lutgé, Principal for CBRE Investors in Belgium, declared: "Aramis offers future tenants a high-quality, functional office space with a full range of services in a prime location. This building, as well as CBRE Investors' other projects underway in Belgium, such as Airport Plaza in the vicinity of Aramis, respond to the growing demand for top tier, environmentally efficient office space in the Brussels area."

The building was purchased from Kairos and Airport Garden. King Sturge and CBRE were mandated for the commercialization.

CB Richard Ellis Strategic Partners Europe Fund III holds buildings in France, Italy, Germany, Belgium, Austria, and in the Netherlands.

Source: Citigate

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