Developed by AG Residential and designed by internationally renowned architect Xaveer de Geyter, Vivid is a new real estate project in Tweewaters, an up and coming district that offers the buzz of city living but nestled in soothing green surroundings.
Designed as an expansive five-storey low-rise building, the long south side follows the edge of the park, while the eastern wing overlooks the banks of the Dijle river. The street on the north side, open to local traffic only, will beckon residents for a stroll or a chat.
The building will feature 89 condominiums and 55 assisted living apartments, plus ample commercial space on the street side that can accommodate six shops. This combination contains elements of a vibrant live-work-play environment that will benefit residents and retailers alike.
There are also two lower levels for underground parking, cellars and bicycle storage for residents. Visitor parking is available in the public car park adjacent to the building.
The assisted living facilities are provided by Vivid+, a recognised leader in the field. In addition to high quality care, we also provide a pleasant living environment and a wide range of housing options.
For more information: www.vivid-leuven.be
Along with the Vivid development, there are also big plans for the Tweewaters park, a green area sandwiched between the Dijle and Vunt rivers. This public park will be part natural valley, with a view of the two waterways, and part forest playground. A network of bike trails and footpaths complete with small bridges over the rivers will connect Vivid with the downtown core.
Via one of the three bridges, Leuven's main shopping area is less than ten minutes walking distance. There are also three large supermarkets within a 1 km radius. The train station and the local schooling options are easily accessible on foot or by bike.
A stone's throw from the ring road surrounding Leuven, Vivid's convenient location will appeal to commuters to Brussels, Antwerp and Limburg. Between the private parking facilities in the building or the Tweewaters public car park, parking is never an issue.