Ref. PA-15625


De Kleetlaan 5BC
1831 Diegem

SizeMin. 676 m² - Max. 3,564 m²


This nice business park exists since 1999. 

Blending into the landscape, the buildings are undulating structures in a green oasis. The harmony of nature is reflected in the design of office spaces, bathing in natural light. First impressions create lasting views, so all the reception areas are designed to be warm and inviting. 

The entire park is your personal workspace, whether you are in a restaurant of going for a walk. Wi-fi connectivity throughout the Park gives you the opportunity to determine how and where you want to work. Our idea of flexible workspace challenges traditional notions of office space. 

When you step out of the office, you will be immersed in the tranquillity of nature around you. Landscaped footpaths link spaces such as informal meeting places and pergolas that flow into summer green rooms. The Park is designed with nature in mind; giving you indoor and outdoor spaces to work, meet and relax. 

You spend a great part of your life at work. So, sometimes you need a place to escape to, recharge your batteries or just have a bite to eat. A neighbourhood eatery offers seasonal fare, while the self-serve restaurant focuses on healthy food and even sells Starbucks coffee. You can also use the outdoor BBQ.

We offer a great support system to help people be happy and productive at work. The on-site concierge service includes laundry, hairdressers, wellness centre with a mini spa, grocery collection and a delivery collection.

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Technical description

  • Access control
  • Airconditioning
  • Carpet
  • Double glazing
  • False ceilings
  • Fire alarm system
  • Fire detection
  • HVAC: Chilled beam system
  • Interior blinds
  • Kitchenette
  • Lift(s) : 4
  • Raised floor
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Location and Transport

The offices in the North-East periphery are mainly located in the municipalities of Zaventem, Machelen, Vilvoorde and Sint Stevens-Woluwe. They benefit from the proximity of Brussels Airport, the Brussels Ring Road, an extensive green environment and lower property taxes applicable in the Flemish Region.

Originally, the area attracted small and medium-sized companies in the technology and business services sector. Although this is still the case, the recent addition of large office buildings in the Brussels Airport terminal area has attracted large multinationals from different sectors.

The airport sub-district benefits from excellent national and international travel connections, shopping malls and hotels, as well as future expansion possibilities on the site.