A successful urban transformation and professional opportunities for youngsters | Brussels’ first ‘passive’ hotel revitalises old industrial site

A successful urban transformation and professional opportunities for youngsters | Brussels’ first ‘passive’ hotel revitalises old industrial site
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The site of the former Belle-Vue brewery, is an innovative project supported by the Brussels municipality of Molenbeek-Saint-Jean. It brings together industrial heritage, urban regeneration, energy efficiency, training and coaching for the young people, and makes an ideal base for visiting Brussels’ tourist attractions. Hospitality training and help to find jobs for 35 young people a year Brussels’ first ‘passive’ hotel with very low energy use Coaching and reintegration for troubled youth and support for entrepreneurship Large-scale urban regeneration in Molenbeek-Saint-Jean Making the most of the industrial heritage of the old Belle-Vue brewery

EU contribution
€2 750 000
Project location
Belgium
Time frame
2014 to 2020

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