Royale Belge Brussels
In collaboration with Urbicoon, Foresite and Ape, CORES Development will redevelop the former head office of insurer Royale Belge. The iconic cross-shaped building with Corten steel frame,
developed in the late 1960s and surrounded by 10 ha of greenery, is being converted into a mixed project with offices, sports facilities and catering.
This office project is developed in collaboration with Alides. Located at the Antwerp Singel, and also in the immediate vicinity of Antwerpen Berchem railway station, it facilitates sustainable commuting.
Optimal use is made of the available space, including the creation of a new green area accessible to the neighbourhood. In addition, the site will accommodate various services that are also accessible to local residents.
Den Oever Antwerp
This is the first hotel project for CORES Development. Where better than in one’s own City? On the banks of the Scheldt, the former residential care campus of Gasthuiszusters Antwerpen will shortly make room for a contemporary, high-quality hotel concept, including all modern conveniences and adapted to the atmospheric context of Antwerp’s bustling inner city.
On the side of Den Oever, the lobby of the hotel will be extended with a trendy bar. The 221 hotel rooms are spread over two buildings on both sides of the site. Binst Architects made the design, which ingeniously connects the wings of Den Oever and Scheldeken.
Albert II Brussels
CORES versterkt haar aandeel op de Brusselse markt, dit keer aan de Koning Albert II-laan, waar het zo’n 15.000 m2 zal herontwikkelen naar een gemengd programma met kantoren, conferentiecentrum, coworking-ruimte, restaurant en sportclub.
De site is ideaal gelegen op een steenworp van het Brusselse Noordstation en het voetgangersgebied van centrum Brussel. Het project belooft een state-of-the-art gebouw te worden op gebied van duurzaamheid en comfort. +
Verheeskade The Hague
CORES Development, Lakenvelder Investment Group & Syntrus Achmea Real Estate & Finance together develop 844 apartments at the Verheeskade in The Hague. The plans for this large-scale inner city redevelopment provide for four residential blocks over which the 844 apartments are spread.
Around 30 percent of the apartments will be available for social renting. The plinth of the residential blocks will feature over 3100 m² of commercial space. The complex was designed by OPL Architecten Utrecht. With this project the partners demonstrate the possibilities that are offered by the redrawing of a district, with high quality customisation and local integration as important basic principles.