Nelson Canal - Residential

First passive high-rise building

The residential part of the rehabilitation of the site of the former Belle-Vue breweries.

To clear the main warehouse that will become the Meininger Hotel and return it to the city, we will demolish a row of 2-storey canal-front buildings trapping it.

A magnificent open space will then be recreated and this land will serve as the foundation for an elegant 14-unit high-rise building.

It is the first small residential high-rise building built based on a passive criterion, i.e. a consumption level of less than 15 kWh per m² per year (a typical house in Brussels consumes 300 kWh per m² per year!).

The apartments have an average size of 90 m², are very contemporary, with large corbelled terraces and will be a huge success since they will sell in less than 2 months.

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Date2012 to 2015
LocationQuai du Hainaut 31
Brussels
Belgium
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TypeResidential
Surface2 100 m²
User
Private
PhaseCompleted
Architect
Contractor
Consultant
CreaTec
Budget2 380 000 €
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brussels bellevue - passive apartments
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brussels bellevue - passive apartments
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