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Wereldhave Belgium NV

Wereldhave Belgium NV

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  • Price (EUR)51.10
  • Today's Change-1.00 / -1.92%
  • Shares traded0.00
  • 1 Year change+2.00%
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Wereldhave Belgium NV is a Belgium-based real estate investment trust. The Company mainly focuses on commercial real estate in Belgium, specifically shopping centers. Its operating retail portfolio contains shopping centers in Liege, Nivelles, Tournai and Genk. In addition, the portfolio investment properties contain offices in Brussels and Antwerp. The development portfolio comprises the ground positions and the realized investments relating to the restructuration and/or extensions of shopping centers in Genk, Ghent, Tournai and Waterloo. The Company’s retail portfolio includes Shopping Centre Belle-Ile, Shopping Centre Nivelles, Shopping Centre Les Bastions, as well as the retail complex, Stadsplein, in Genk and the retail complex in Waterloo.

  • Revenue in EUR (TTM)65.80m
  • Net income in EUR59.34m
  • Incorporated1972
  • Employees54.00
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