L’Echo: Inclusio wants to go public and become the Real Estate Triodos

August 13, 2020
Inclusio, a private real estate company with social ambitions, wants to go public, preferably as early as next autumn.

This is an excerpt translated from the original article of L’echo. 

 Inclusio, a private real estate company with social ambitions, wishes to go public, preferably as early as next autumn, according to our informations.

The company is atypical in the world of real estate. It was created in 2015 by Degroof Petercam, KOIS and Revive (Colruyt family), with the aim of investing in buildings that are both sustainable and socially or societally useful.

 

sustainable investments to grow a better future

Inclusio aims to become a listed real estate company (SIR), the equivalent of Triodos in the banking sector.

Today, Inclusio has an operational real estate portfolio valued at 93 million euros. The company rents 624 housing units, a school and a reception centre for female asylum seekers in Brussels, Flanders and Wallonia. 232 new housing units and a day-care centre are under construction. With an equity capital of 90 million euros, the company aims to operate a real estate portfolio worth 200 million euros by 2023.

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