It’s the end of a chapter for Eric Dothée, who is stepping down as CEO of Eaglestone Luxembourg at the end of the year. Raphaël van der Vleugel will succeed him as head of the property development company.
Van der Vleugel, a civil engineer by training, has over 20 years’ experience in the property sector, including previous roles as director for developers such as Codic and Atenor Luxembourg. His previous projects include Perspectiv in Esch-sur-Alzette, the future headquarters of PWC and the Royal-Hamilius development. Since May 2023 he has been a consultant at Drees & Sommer Luxembourg, and he began his career as a technical engineer at Vinçotte Luxembourg.
Van der Vleugel will be responsible for developing and supervising the company’s current portfolio of eight projects totalling more than 47,000m2, including Brooklyn (a 15,000m2 mixed-use development space in Bonnevoie), the Nest (an office building in the Cloche d’Or), the Bridge (a 4,200m2 office building at Bonnevoie), Upperside (a residential development in Kirchberg) and another project in Berchem (a 5,200m2 development currently underway).
This article was originally published in Paperjam. It has been translated and edited for Delano.