Run through our history
- Acquisition of a supermarket and 4 adjacent retail units in Bellefleur retail park (Belgium)
- Acquisition of 5 assets in the food sector in the Southeast of France
- Eléonore Turcas joins Ascencio as Investment and Asset Management Director France
- Ascencio’s shares added to the FTSE EPRA Nareit Developed Europe Index
- Sale of the Pontet retail park, France
- Acquisition of nine additional retail properties in Parc des Drapeaux in Rots, Caen, France
- Enlargement of the retail area of Orchestra, Chalon-sur-Saône, France
- Carl, Eric and John Mestdagh exercise the purchase option granted by AG Real Estate on its shares in Ascencio SA, the statutory manager of Ascencio SCA.
- Sale of a semi-industrial site in Overijse, Belgium
- Ascencio is followed by an additional analyst: Frederic Renard (Kepler Chevreux)
- Division of retail areas occupied by the Worten brand in Spain. The spaces freed up in this way were leased to Kiwoko.
- Ascencio receives an award from the European Public Real Estate Association (EPRA) and directly obtains the “EPRA Gold Award”.
- Signing of a commercial lease with Basic Fit for part of the retail park in Pontet, France, bringing the park’s occupancy rate to 100%
- Appointment of Philippe Scheirlinckx as Head of Asset Management & Acquisitions
- Purchase of an urban commercial property in Anderlecht, Belgium
- Appointment of Vincent H. Querton as Chief Executive Officer
- Purchase of an additional retail area in Couillet (Bellefleur Retail Park), Belgium
- Acquisition of the Papeteries de Genval shopping centre, Genval, Belgium, with 30 brands as tenants
- Sale of 17 non-strategic retail sites, a semi-industrial property and a warehouse
- Acquisition of the BUT store in Houdemont, Nancy, France
- Enlargement of a retail unit occupied by Intersport in Rots, Caen, France
- First investment in Spain (Madrid, Barcelona and Valencia) with the acquisition of three stores operated by the Worten brand
- Sale of Grand Bazar (shopping centre) and of all Ascencio’s properties in Verviers, Belgium
- Acquisition of three Grand Frais stores (in the Southwest of Paris, in Gironde and to the north of Bourg-en-Bresse)
- Acquisition of four office buildings in France, in Bourgoin-Jallieu, L’Isle d’Abeau, Chanas and Choisey.
- Acquisition of the Bellefleur retail park in Couillet, Belgium
- Acquisition of the Go Sports store on the Cora shopping centre, Messancy, Belgium, to complement the units already acquired in 2014
- Ascencio offers its shareholders the possibility of receiving the dividend in the form of new shares, which entails an increase in equity
- Completion of the construction of a second building on its Hamme-Mille site, Belgium.
- Ascencio is approved as a public SIR (Société Immobilière Réglementée, public Regulated Real Estate Company or public B-REIT).
- Capital increase of €81,502,605
- Acquisition of five new retail units in the Rots retail park, Caen, France
- Acquisition if a retail park in Cormontreuil, Reims, France
- Acquisition of some 30 retail units spread over five sites adjoining the Cora shopping centres (Anderlecht, Châtelineau, La Louvière, Messancy and Rocourt, Belgium)
- Acquisition of the "Les Portes du Sud" retail park in Chalon-sur-Saône, France
- Capital increase of €2,425,282 by means of contribution in kind of five properties
- Acquisition of a retail park in Caen
- Acquisition of two Grand Frais stores
- Opening of the Pontet retail park, France
- Opening of the Saint Aunes retail park, Montpellier, France
- Capital increase of €40 million
- Acquisition of five Grand Frais stores
- Acquisition of a retail park in a state of future completion (“VEFA”) in Pontet, Avignon, France.
- Acquisition of the “Le Parc des Bouchardes” retail park near Macon, France.
- Acquisition of a retail park project in Saint Aunes, Montpellier, France
- Opening of the French branch.
- Adoption of the SIIC status.
- Acquisition of seven Grand Frais stores in France
- Acquisition of a retail park located in Jemappes, Belgium.
- Launched on the Stock Exchange
- Acquisition of eight retail sites mainly located in the Liège region, Belgium.
- Acquisition of a retail park located in Hannut, Belgium
- Acquisition of 29 retail properties in Wallonia
- Creation of Ascencio.
- Approval as a Société d’Investissement à capital fixe immobilière (SICAFI, fixed-capital real estate investment company).