The BROEKLIN project will be developed on a site within the former industrial heart of Belgium on the northern periphery of Brussels. It is designed by professor and architect Alexander D'Hooghe, along with his team at ORG Permanent Modernity. BROEKLIN refers to the original name of the 'Broek' area in Machelen. Thanks to an intense and fascinating programme of cocreation with all parties involved in the region, BROEKLIN will provide a new future for a former industrial zone in an area with metropolitan challenges. This is why the name also refers to the well-known Brooklyn. This part of the city of New York also has a rich industrial history, and grew into a bustling city district for its diverse population after the industry moved away. 

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