Bellevilles is a real estate company committed and guided by the desire to have a strong social, economic and environmental impact. Their objective: to bring out living, ecological, solidarity-based and extraordinary real estate projects in order to participate in local revitalization. The economic balance and financial autonomy of real estate are essential conditions for achieving these objectives, representing a means of action and not an end in itself. Rather than "exploiting" real estate assets and products, Bellevilles wishes to "cultivate" living spaces. Land tenure allows the ideology of social innovation to find its place in concrete action plans at the service of the structures in charge and their users. Their first project, the emblematic 13,000 M² third location of the Halles de la Cartoucherie in Toulouse, is the result of a meeting between 7 associates and complementary structures that share a common vision of the entrepreneurial dynamic and the social and environmental responsibility of its actions. With this in mind, and in collaboration with the Cosmopolis collective, Bellevilles decided to set up by taking a stake equivalent to 20% of the shares of the company owning the walls as well as shares in the operating companies. In addition, the real estate company is developing around ten real estate projects with an impact on the territory for a total investment of around €13 million. In addition, the capital and interest of this bond investment opportunity is guaranteed by the De Watou family real estate company, a Bellevilles partner holding 70% of the capital, whose activity includes more than 550 businesses in France and €100 million in assets. This guarantee will enable the real estate company to benefit from its financial and human support, particularly in terms of experience and security vis-à-vis the market. This family-owned real estate company specializing in the acquisition, ownership and management of businesses, guarantees the obligations of LITA.co investors.
With Bellevilles, balance your investments while allowing the creation of living spaces, mixing housing, shops and activities, thus generating more social links and exchanges between citizens.
Les Halles de la Cartoucherie
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Risks: Investing in young companies presents a significant risk of partial or total loss of the invested amount as well as a risk of illiquidity.
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