• Bellenhof

    The Bellenhof estate and castle is in Maria ter Heide (close to Antwerp, Belgium). The objective is to develop a concept on the estate with a variety of facilities including a restaurant, hotel, care and medical facilities, conference facilities, apartments and hotel services.
  • Compagnietheater

    The Compagnietheater was purchased so that the building could remain the permanent base of the Theatercompagnie. Designed in 1793 by city architect Abraham van der Hart, the building reflects the classical style that was fashionable at that time. The building was used as a church until 1956 and for various other purposes since then.
  • De Nieuwe Liefde

    De Nieuwe Liefde is situated at the Da Costakade in Amsterdam. This historic building has been converted while retaining its period features, and now serves as the base of operations for the Stichting De Nieuwe Liefde foundation.
  • Felix Meritis

    The Felix Meritis culture house, with its characteristic neoclassical facade on Keizersgracht, was taken over in 2014 from Amsterdam municipality. This listed building, with its rich history, will be closing its doors for a major refurbishment in 2017. After that, the ‘House of Enlightenment’ will be able to welcome the public and businesses again in its full glory. Until that time, debates, exhibitions, theatre, film and music will be programmed from ‘Felix Meritis in Scaffolding’, and firms and private individuals will be able to go there for a range of events. www.felixmeritis.nl
  • Propriété de Cocagne

    The property Hôtel & Résidence Domaine Cocagne (Cagnes sur Mer, France) has been brought under the company Propriété de Cocagne. Domaine Cocagne is a medium-sized boutique hotel located between Cannes and Nice in the south of France.