A building boasting one-of-a-kind designs that reinvent today's offices, adapting them to the new ways of working
Here we are in Brussels, at number 375 on the famous Avenue Louise, one of the most desirable streets in the Belgian capital. This strategic thoroughfare which connects Uccle to Ixelles, running alongside the Chatelain districts, from Place Stéphanie to Bois de la Cambre, is still a sought-after address for businesses, luxury brands, gourmet restaurants and other chic hotels.
L375 stands out on the street, thanks to its unconventional slightly concave façade, featuring wide windows which hint at working areas brightly flooded with natural light. On the side of the building, the work of Galician muralist Lula Goce (created in 2021 as part of the United Nations Decade on Ecosystem Restoration) will of course be preserved. This metaphor of Mother Nature protecting her flock stimulates dialogue, just like this renovation, which will create new spaces that will encourage interaction and help future tenant companies to grow.
At the foot of the building (the ground floor and first floor), L375 opens up to the city thanks to its commercial premises that will naturally tap into the buzz of the district. Higher up the building, the large office spaces can be flexibly laid out to suit all types of organisations, providing scope for 'open space' or 'collaborative' layouts that are perfect for coworking in the form of communal spaces, or individual work booths for private focus. Thanks to its large windows, light beams throughout the building and creates a spectacular fusion between the inside and outside of the building. At the same time, the connection to nature is also reinforced by the green terraces and balconies.
In addition to the internal fittings that will deliver the best possible services and comfort for tenants, the full renovation of the building will significantly improve its energy performance. The renovation project sets out to be responsible throughout the building’s life cycle, from construction work to operation (such as solar panels, rainwater management and LED lighting), and is therefore aiming to be awarded BREEAM in use Excellent and WELL Bronze certifications.
As a result, L375 will be versatile and sustainable, but also inclusive, as the overall design of the building also guarantees easy access for people with reduced mobility.
A prestigious Brussels address that is integrally connected to the city
While setting the standard in terms of energy performance, versatile facilities and tenants services, L375 can also boast of a strategic location in Brussels. This is a prestigious address, as it is both close to suppliers, customers and partners, but also appealing for future talents.
This hypercentral location is still highly sought-after by companies (and their employees) looking for new offices to rent in Brussels because it delivers a highly dynamic working environment that provides shops and services and has amazing transport links to users. There are two tram stops located just a short walk from the building, which can take you to Brussels' major attractions. Avenue Louise is part of the Brussels-Capital Region’s mobility plan, which aims to improve the connections between the city centre and the wider urban area.
Using soft mobility, you can get to Le Châtelain and the Ixelles Ponds in five minutes on foot, as well as Place Louise in just six minutes by bike. Thanks to its mobility plan, the Brussels-Capital Region is strongly encouraging the use of footpaths and cycle paths. This ambition is shared by the designers working on the renovation of L375, which has 36 bicycle parking spaces and a changing room with showers.
Finally, the building has a two-level underground parking facility, which features 49 spaces for light vehicles