Avenue Michel-Ange 8, 10 et 12 – 1000 Bruxelles

Perfectly situated at the very heart of the Quartier des Squares, not far from the Parc du Cinquantenaire and the European Quarter and its institutions, this whole project consists of twelve units.

Now sumptuously modernised, these historical and architecturally unique buildings offer apartments with top-of-the-range facilities. The houses at numbers 8 and 10 are built in the Flemish Neo-Renaissance style. The house at number 12, which was built in 1893, is in the eclectic and neoclassical style which was popular in the late 19th century.

In 1893, the renowned sculptor Jules Lagae bought a large plot of land measuring about 12 metres from Brussels City Council in a public auction and had two house built on it: those at numbers 8 and 10. Lagae created many monuments and portraits which can be seen in various locations in Belgium. One of his well-known works is his sculpture of a quadriga, entitled “Brabant raising the national flag”, which sits atop the triumphal arch in the Parc du Cinquantenaire.

These apartments close to the delightful Square Ambiorix and in the centre of one of Brussels’ most vibrant areas combine the charm of the old, in the form of beautiful mouldings and grand fireplaces, with the modern comfort provided by a successful renovation project.

This property project is designed to offer the art behind elegant living and was an unprecedented commercial success.