The City Centre
The Pentagon office district was named after the recognisable pentagonal shape of the Brussels inner ring road that surrounds the city centre.
The office market is the second largest in the capital, although the Brussels city centre also has a commercial, residential and leisure function. The office clusters are located near the new pedestrian zone in the city centre and near the central station (Brussels Central).
The Heart of Brussels is home to many large office users, including public sector companies and companies in the financial and service sector.
In addition to the presence of 3 main railway stations and access to a wide range of public transport, the historic heart of the city offers a trendy area with high quality new or renovated office space. It is a place known for its dynamism, especially in sub-neighbourhoods such as Marolles or Mont des Arts where you will find many services such as restaurants and shops.