Monday - Aug 21, 2017

Business Centers

Business Center in Amsterdam, Amsterdam de Vijzel
The business center is surrounded by the capital’s famous canals and stunning architecture, Amsterdam de Vijzel (‘The Vyzel’) is a multipurpose building that puts your business as central as it gets.

Because you’re in Amsterdam’s city centre, you’ve got instant access to local amenities, including hotels, cafes and restaurants. Meanwhile, excellent public transport on the canals and trams put Amsterdam’s Central Business District (CBD) just minutes away.

So you get a location in the centre of the city, with quick access to the centre of business. And if you need to travel further, Schiphol Amsterdam Airport is just twenty minutes away by car or 25 minutes on public transport.

+31(0)20 820 2750
+31(0)20 820 2751
Business Center in Brussels, EU Parliament
The Brussels EU Parliament business centre is in a landmark building in the heart of Quartier Leopold, the business and financial district of Brussels.

The business centre is only two minute’s walk from the European Parliament and four minutes from the European Commission.

The surrounding area is home to many businesses such as banks and financial services companies as well as European institutions and the headquarters of international corporations.

Located on floors four, five and six of a new glass and steel office building on Leopold Park, the business centre is just in front of the beautiful Park Square de Meeus.

With floor to ceiling windows, the rooms feel airy and get lots of natural light. There are views of the European Parliament building from some offices. One meeting room can accommodate up to 12 people.

+32 (0)2 791 75 00
+32 (0)2 791 79 00
Business Center in London Trafalgar Square
The London Trafalgar Square business centre is located in the heart of London’s lively West End, an area populated with a variety of businesses, especially those with a connection to media and film. Other surrounding businesses include learned societies, think tanks, legal institutions and company headquarters.

Lying to the west of the City of London’s financial district, the area has also become a hub for hedge fund operators. Situated just off Trafalgar Square, many of the centre’s offices have views of the square and its statues.

This vibrant location is a short walk from the world-famous theatres, bars and restaurants of Covent Garden and Soho and from the river Thames. Owing to its instantly recognisable address, the centre is popular with international businesses.

+44 (0) 207 872 5500
+44 (0) 207 872 5611
Business Center in Paris Gare de Lyon
Set in an important business hub east of the French capital, the business centre in Paris Gare de Lyon occupies the fourth to eighth floors of an eight-storey building located just steps away from the railway station.

This is an efficient modern building compared to many of the neighbouring tower-block properties, which were built in the 1970s. The business centre looks out over the tree-lined avenue and offers a great strategic location near the first TGV station with links to Marseilles, Lyon and the south of France, as well as excellent metro links.

Gare de Lyon is a desirable and dynamic business district. Many large national companies have established their headquarters in the area, including major players in sectors such as financial services, chemicals, rail, digital communications and pharmaceuticals.

+33 (0) 1 56 95 16 00
+33 (0) 1 56 95 16 16
Business Center in Rotterdam, City WNA
The utilitarian WNA building is the convenient and accessible location of the Weena Zuid business centre in Rotterdam, set in the business heart of this waterfront city.

The building is positioned centrally in this dynamic, international core, overlooking a pedestrian square and surrounded by many leading national and international companies, ranging from the banking sector to chemicals, insurance, maritime services (Rotterdam is a World Port City and Europe’s largest harbour) and consumer goods. Smaller businesses in recruitment and architecture, alongside many retail outlets and hospitality firms, are nearby.

One of the business centre’s major benefits is its proximity to Rotterdam Central Station where several railways offering high-speed connections intersect. It’s easy to get to Amsterdam and The Hague, as well as countries such as Belgium and France, both by rail and by road from the A13 and A4.