Citydev.brussels (formerly SDRB) helps enterprises find a suitable operating site in the Brussels Region. In addition, it builds houses for private individuals within the context of urban renovation projects.
The projects of citydev.brussels are aimed at two target groups: enterprises and private individuals.
Hosting solutions for enterprises
citydev.brussels provides companies with different hosting solutions in the Brussels-Capital Region. It can help them find a suitable location in each stage of their development. Today, citydev.brussels manages 45 industrial sites and several buildings for enterprises which it places at the disposal of companies that meet certain criteria in terms of employment, activity, and added value.
If there are no suitable properties in its real-estate portfolio, or if the company does not meet its criteria, citydev.brussels will try to find a solution in the private sector via its Inventimmo real-estate database (www.inventimmo.be) which lists all properties available in the Brussels-Capital Region (workshops, warehouses, offices, industrial lots, etc.).
Housing for private individuals
citydev.brussels builds affordable housing, which it then sells to private individuals or low-income families. This housing is part of the urban renovation projects set up in some neighbourhoods in the Brussels Region. Their implementation is generally the subject of a public-private partnership.
Lastly, as regional public operator, citydev.brussels is also developing mixed projects, appealing to both private persons and businesses. These projects combine housing, economic activities, shops, public spaces, communal gardens, and collective facilities (day-care centres, playgrounds, etc.). In short, everything that can breathe new life into a neighbourhood by setting up integrated, complementary and pleasant living and working conditions.