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Trends Office Guide - New Project: Kortrijk Business Park

Geplaatst op 08/03/18

Kortrijk Business Park is ‘the icing on the cake’ for Verstraete Development: a state-of-the-art business park in Kortrijk (West-Flanders, Belgium) with 18.000 sq m offices, 276 parking spaces, a restaurant and a polyvalent room. As always, Verstraete Development pursues for projects fitting within the corporate vision of the company: high-quality, sustainability and comfort for the users. The development of Kortrijk Business Park also fits within this vision.

Kortrijk Business Park will also receive a BREEAM Very Good rating and scores very high on the sustainability meter. The E-level is 51 and the K-value is 31. Kortrijk Business Park will be surrounded by a magnificent and green environmental planning. The site of Kortrijk Business Park is located in the office park ‘Beneluxpark’ in Kortrijk. The office park is connected with several important traffic axes: Het Ei, highway E17 Paris-Antwerp (700m), highway E403 Bruges-Doornik, International Airport Kortrijk-Wevelgem (7 km) and the important urban axis Doorniksesteenweg (connection city center Kortrijk – Hoog Kortrijk - Doornik). Two public transport nodes are easily available at walking distance (100m).

Kortrijk Business Park 1
Kortrijk Business Park 1

Address

Beneluxpark 26, 8500 Kortrijk

Developer & project management

Verstraete Development

Architect

Polo Architects

Landscape architect

Wirtz International Landscape Architects

Engineering firms

VK Engineering

SDK Engineering

Energy Performance level

E value 51

BREEAM Certification Very good (shell&core)

Insulation coefficient level

K value 31

Surfaces

Total Office space: 18.117sqm (6 floors)

100% available

276 Parking spaces underground

Bike parking

Polyvalent room

Restaurant

Status

Masterplan approved

Building

permit obtained

(Bron: Trends-Tendances Office Guide)