Sites

The Urban Development Corporation (SAU-MSI) is responsible for overseeing the development of a number of sites (buildings, land, urban areas etc.); in several cases it has control over land ownership. It coordinates the public and private partners on these sites and manages specific projects and works.

    Sites

    Actiris

    The Urban Development Corporation (sau-msi.brussels), acting on behalf of the Brussels-Capital Region, has launched the procedure for the sale of a 19,000-square-metre building opposite the Bourse...

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    Hippodrome

    The Brussels-Capital Region has tasked the Urban Development Corporation (SAU-MSI) with overseeing the restoration of the main historic buildings at the former race course and organising the development of the site as a gateway to the Sonian forest and a recreational green space for families.

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    SitesStrategic areas

    Canal

    Within the Urban Development Corporation (SAU-MSI), a team is responsible for coordinating public and private projects and setting up certain public projects in the Canal Area, within the framework of the Canal Plan.

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    Citroën-Yser

    The Urban Development Corporation (SAU-MSI) has purchased the Citroën-Yser garage next to the Canal on behalf of the Brussels-Capital Region, which wishes to develop a museum of modern and contemporary art of international stature there.

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    Delta

    The Urban Development Corporation (SAU-MSI) has purchased the Delta Triangle, a gateway to Brussels at the end of the E411, and plans to develop a mixed programme of facilities, business premises and housing there.

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    SitesStrategic areas

    Josaphat

    Living and working in a park: such will be the essence of the diverse and sustainable neighbourhood that will occupy the 24-hectare site of the former Josaphat marshalling yard, owned by the Urban Development Corporation.

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    Mediapark.brussels

    The Urban Development Corporation (SAU-MSI) is responsible for the practical implementation of the Master Plan that will transform the RTBF-VRT Reyers site, at the entrance to Brussels where the E40 motorway starts, in a new diverse, open, lively district that will be focused around the media and the creative industries.

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    SitesStrategic areas

    Weststation

    The Brussels-Capital Region intends to introduce housing, local facilities, shops and businesses on this site. Once the strategic planning has been finalised, the Urban Development Corporation (SAU-MSI) will be responsible for its operational implementation.

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