Located between Place Fernand Cocq and Avenue Louise, the project Queen 1839 offers 33 apartments, ranging from studio to penthouse, designed by architect Marc Corbiau.
This complex, where each of the properties has a terrace or balcony, is spread over five levels. On the top floor, a four-sided penthouse with a terrace at the front and large balconies at the back also offers a unique view of the city. This project by architect Marc Corbiau also testifies to the particular care taken with the façade, which has been completely redesigned to integrate aesthetically into the urban environment.
This condominium is designed and conceived by the renowned architectural firm Marc Corbiau. The architect wanted to emphasize a meticulous choice of quality materials and modern equipment. All the elements, from semi-massive oak parquet flooring to Liedssen kitchen, complete a resolutely contemporary ensemble.
The architect of the project, Marc Corbiau
Graduated in June 1966 from the Institut Supérieur d’Architecture Saint-Luc in Brussels, Marc Corbiau was inspired by the work of his exceptional peers such as Le Corbusier, Jacques Dupuis, van der Rohe, Mallet-Stevens, but also by 1930s modernist architecture in Palm Springs. The majority of his achievements can be found in Belgium, where he has forged an excellent reputation.
The project offers armoured doors, bicycle room, double flow ventilation, underfloor heating, oak parquet flooring, video doorphone. The 33 apartments are an integral part of a new construction and are therefore subject to a special tax regime. The sale of the land (± 40%) is subject to the 12.5% registration fee regime and the construction (± 60%) is subject to the 21% VAT regime. It is also possible to acquire a parking space or double optional parking space (price on request).
In the center of Brussels, the Louise district is renowned for its diversity of shops, offices and restaurants. It offers a quick access to the city center and to neighboring towns.