Antwerp Real Estate Antwerp, Belgium

Lecture

Antwerp Real Estate

Antwerp, Belgium

5th October 2021

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Peter St John will be giving a lecture entitled, Converting office buildings into mixed-use buildings, as part of the Real Estate Society of Antwerp's symposium, The impact of corona on the office market. 

The event will provide an overview of the latest developments in the real estate sector, with a focus on office spaces.

Photo, Royale Belge © Mireille Roobaert

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