Every metropolis of name and fame is continuously working on upgrading the quality of property in the city.
Brussels is no different.
Leading the current trend of gentrification, we are proud to reinvigorate one of the most iconic marvels of neoclassical architecture the capital has to offer. We would like to offer you the chance to partake in this project that overarches history, culture and patrimony. A fruitful endeavor that will surpass economic profit on many a level.
The old main the of building has been built by Beyaert, Hankar and Chambon, celebrated architects whose names are mentioned in the same regard as Henri van de Velde and Victor Horta.
Constructed at the end of the nineteenth century, the building was intended as the main seat of the CGER bank. Alfred Chambon, son of the original architect added the infamous “horseshoe” shaped building that helped shape an entire district.
The Chambon “cluster”, as it is often named, is embedded in the heart of Brussels. An invaluable part of the city’s history, present and future.
Albert Palace is located in the heart of the historical city centre, facing the La Monnaie theatre and just around the corner from the renovated Place des Martyrs. The Grand Place is just a short walk away and the majestic Galeries Saint-Hubert – the place to be for anyone who loves shopping – are right across the street. In this historical and trendy neighbourhood with Rue Dansart or AB Concert Hall to discover the latest fashion styles and performances, this area is the place to be.