In the centre of Brussels, close to the Flemish theatre and the Place Sainte-Catherine, The Cosmopolitan project offers 156 housing units spread over 15 floors. Conceived and designed by the architectural firm Bogdan & Van Broeck, this contemporary building, which surprises with its opaline whiteness and offers an unobstructed view of the European capital from its summit, is already an emblematic building in the urban landscape of Brussels.
The Cosmopolitan offers a range of compact and well-kept apartments, from studios to penthouses. Each unit has its own private terrace, providing a real extra living space that invites you to spend some time outdoors.
From an architectural point of view, the linearity of the existing volume and the porosity of the site have been reinforced by the creation of a double-height V-shaped column running along the ground floor and defining a sheltered pedestrian circulation leading to the main entrance of the building. The complete renovation of the building also allows the project to be energy efficient due to the presence of double glazing, condensing boilers, significant insulation and much more.
Designed by the renowned architecture firm Bogdan & Van Broeck, the Cosmopolitan project, a
finalist in the MIPIM Awards 2020, features apartments with meticulous finishes thanks to the
choice of noble materials, large bay windows, bathrooms and kitchens that enhance this
The surroundings of the Canal is a dynamic area offering atypical living spaces and exceptional views of the city.
Close to the city center, the neighbourhood is full of shops and restaurants and is well served by public transport.
The various apartments in the Cosmopolitan project are an integral part of a new construction and
are therefore subject to a special tax regime. The sale of the land (± 20%) is subject to the 12.5%
registration fee regime and the construction (± 80%) is subject to the 21% VAT regime.
It is also possible to acquire two parking spaces (included in the price).