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The NØR building is designed to be flexible and multifunctional. It can accommodate small organisations (from 800 m²) as well as larger tenants.
To break with the architecture of the surrounding buildings, the building has a two-storey entrance, giving way to a spacious and welcoming reception area, finished to a very high standard, all of which gives it a contemporary look.
With terraces on the 4th and 8th floors, the NØR building offers its occupants impressive views over Brussels.
The interior spaces are designed with the well-being of workers and visitors to the building in mind. A feng shui garden in the courtyard brings peace and quiet to the occupants. The high-quality materials (wood and copper) used in the lobby as well as the brightness of the premises create a welcoming environment that is suitable for meetings, work and creativity.
In the NØR building, special attention is also paid to ecology and sustainability. A passive building, with a BREEAM 'outstanding' rating, rainwater collection, solar panels, etc. - these are all elements that demonstrate NØR's commitment to sustainability.
With 13,800 m² spread over 9 floors, the NØR building is designed to be flexible and multifunctional. It can accommodate small organisations (from 800 m²) as well as larger tenants. It has a BREEAM Outstanding rating and has, among other things, breathtaking views of Brussels and a feng shui garden in the courtyard.
Location: Northern Quarter
The Northern Quarter is an area that is currently undergoing major redevelopment, offering large-capacity office buildings. The quarter is particularly popular with public services such as the EU, the Belgian State, the French-speaking and Dutch-speaking communities and financial institutions such as BNP Paribas Fortis, KBC and Belfius.
The building is well served by hotels, restaurants and pubs, and is located just a few minutes from Rue Neuve and the City 2 shopping centre, one of Brussels' main shopping streets and shopping centre areas. Currently under construction, the future "Suzan Daniel" bridge will facilitate access for pedestrians, cyclists and public transport between the Northern Quarter and the Tour & Taxis event and convention centre.
Over the past few years, a number of major infrastructure works have been announced, some of which have already taken shape, such as Rogier Square, which marks the entrance to the Rogier metro station, leading to the entire underground transport network.
The NØR building is easily accessible. The building is just a 5 minute walk from the Brussels-North train and bus station, as well as from the Rogier metro station and its lines 2 and 6, serving Brussels-South International Station in just 12 minutes.
The building is also located in the centre of a large bicycle network and is only a 5 minute walk from 4 Villo! stations. In addition, the NØR has storage space for 72 bicycles, with showers and electric charging stations.
In addition, the quarter benefits from excellent access to the main road network as well as to all major points of interest in Brussels since the Brussels Inner Ring Road is located nearby. The building itself offers 131 car parking spaces, 10 of which have a charging station.