J.R. Bischofheim, H. de Brouckère and J. Malou found the ‘Compagnie Immobilière de Belgique’ to respond to major urban development challenges.
Development of 80 hectares of land around the Koekelberg Basilica.
Immobel merges with ‘Consortium Immobilier’. The merger provides the basis for on-going revenues.
Acquisition of Investimmo
Takeover with a view to the development and promotion of the Brussels periphery and the Flemish Region.
Following its merger with ‘Les Entreprises Louis Dewaele’, the group starts promoting office projects.
Change in the supervisory structure
JER Partners becomes the new major shareholder.
Expansion to Poland
Cresida (Eastbridge) replaces JER Partners as the new major shareholder. The group expands its activities in Poland.
ALLFIN becomes the largest shareholder
of Immobel with 29.85% of the shares.
Rejuvenation of the company
Appointment of Marnix Galle as Chairman of the Board of Directors and Alexander Hodac as CEO of the group.
Merger with ALLFIN
Immobel becomes the largest listed property development group in Belgium with a market capitalization of over EUR 400 million.
Immobel positions itself as a European company with inspiring projects.
Immobel starts out on the French market and purchases a position in Nafilyan & Partners.
Immobel social fund
The Group creates a fund dedicated to supporting organizations active in the fields of health, culture and social inclusion.
Immobel intensifies its pan-European development with a team concentrating on the French office market and the acquisition of an iconic tower in Frankfurt, with a view to expanding into the German market.
The Group strengthens its Board of Directors and its Executive Committee by cooperating with partners that are a reference in their fields of expertise.
EURONEXT BEL MID INDEX
Immobel acquires Nafilyan & Partners in full, joins the Euronext Bel Mid index and founds Immobel Germany.