All of the
elegance and comfort occupants wish
for in the most prestigious district of Brussels.
The details are not the details,Charles Eames
they make the design.
Understated yet sophisticated,
the apartments are restful and designed
to give occupants a feeling of well-being
at all time of the day or night
Edition has been designed from the outset to provide high quality accommodation at a different range of price levels. Whichever apartment is selected, occupants and investors are secure in the knowledge that they are getting the very best money can buy.
Architecturally stunning with the attention to detail born of the motto that 'only the best is good enough', Edition stands for exceptionally engineered design with the finest materials in a wealth of different finishes. The prestigious entrance hall with high-tech amenities that include digital video entry and a central monitoring system, the fixtures and fittings, everything at 'Edition' stands apart from the rest. Then there is the south facing aspect with fantastic views over the city.
Innovation, technological features, secured entrance, two elevators from the car-park. A security software will enable surveillance of all doors, while cameras and other security systems have the capacity for a continuous remote monitoring.
Edition is totally in tune with its time. Developer Ghelamco has taken an existing building and is giving it a whole new lease of life by transforming it to the highest quality residential apartments. And the car park too, along with being safe and secure, is finished to the highest standards just like the apartments.
The precise location of heaven on earth has never been established but it may very well be right here.Herb Caen
The Avenue Louise in Brussels has always been its most sought-after district. The lower central part of the Avenue Louise offers immediate access to everything the prestigious heart of Brussels has to offer. From the vibrant Rue du Bailli and Place du Châtelain, with some of Brussels’ most individual shops, numerous bars and nightspots, fitness centre... to the comprehensive shopping district made up of the Avenue Louise itself, the Toison d’Or and the Chaussée d’Ixelles. It is also here that many of Brussels’ best hotels are to be found. A few more minutes on foot are all that is required to delve right into the heart of historic Brussels – The Sablon, the Place Royale, the Grand’Place... or out of it to the Bois de la Cambre!
History epitomised by the most famous of all of Victor Horta’s creations, just beside the residence.
This leafy residential area near Edition is famous for its trendy shops, cozy restaurants, bars and cafes. This is also where Brussels’ most famous food market takes place every Wednesday.
Ever since King Leopold II decreed that Brussels’ inhabitants should have their own vast green area as part of their city – the Cambre Woods – the Avenue Louise has been the place to be. This magnificent wooded area is where Brussels resi- dents come at the weekend, for the fresh country air, the jogging, the cycling... or a break at the island café.
The architect should strive continually to simplify; the ensemble of the rooms should then be carefully considered that comfort and utility may go hand in hand with beauty.Frank Lloyd Wright
No other project of this type has ever
set out with nothing but the best.