The former listed Grand Central Clinic in Anderlecht has been converted into luxury lofts


New York inspiration

Located in Cureghem, in the middle of a heritage site, this imposing rectangular building was once used for operations and animal care.

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The former Grand Central Clinic was the subject of a 3,000 m² real estate project over the course of two years, including luxury lofts and gardens. The private restoration project offers about eighteen high-quality accommodation, “inspired by New York lofts”, spread over four levels.

The lofts were created after two years of work. ©Olivier Pirard

Under the direction of project owner Nicole Copcea and project architect Jean-Philippe Brondel, the front facade was identically restored and the one at the back was modified by adding new windows on the first floor overlooking the private part of the park.

A listed building, the facades are insulated from the inside, double glazing is also installed on the same renovated frames. A green heating system with heat pumps was integrated.

School of Veterinary Medicine

The large central clinic in the Veterinary Park is part of the grounds of the former State Veterinary School, built in Anderlecht at the end of the 19th century. Located a stone’s throw from the Boulevard Industriel, since 1990 it has been classified in the same way as the whole site and included in the list of monumental heritage of Belgium.

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The entire location, which is located in one of the poorest municipalities in Brussels, has been rehabilitated. In total, there are 110 private housing units, offices, coworking spaces and eighteen new high-standard housing units.



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