|Type||Offices / Coworking / Coworking|
|Offices:||Min. 10 m2||> Max. 6.405 m2|
For companies and organisations looking for premium offices in the centre of Brussels, the new building is an attractive proposition. Through the quality of its design, construction and location, this 7-floor building offers tenants outstanding comfort and efficiency.
Light-On is designed around two concepts : Availability of daylight defines the quality of work space. In both these endeavours – daylight and sustainability – this new building excels. Modernity is an inseparable partner of sustainability.
The building provides abundant natural daylight to occupants, thanks to the front glass wall and triple-glazed windows at the rear. Light sensors control the flow of artificial light to supplement the natural light level. The upper office floors benefit not only from amazing views but also have private terraces.
The development of Light-On prioritises sustainability. On the outside, the glass wall with triple glazing wraps the building in a tight thermal envelope. The attractive rear garden, planted with indigenous vegetation, promotes biodiversity and drains rainfall. On the inside, the temperature is controlled by mechanical heat pump and a cold ceiling. Rain water is recovered for sanitary use. These attributes, plus the building’s close proximity to public transport, enable Light-On to target “very good” BREEAM certification.
Light-On is situated one block from Square de Meeüs, between the European district and fashionable uptown Brussels. All the European institutions and lively Place du Luxembourg are within easy reach. A few minutes’ walk to the south lie the Brussels Park, Royal Palace and the city’s up-market shopping area.
Light-On's privileged position leaves it exceptionally well connected by public and private transport. For private vehicles, access via the Brussels outer ring is easy: the major arteries entering and leaving the city through the eastern tunnel system pass close to Light-On. Generous private parking is provided by 32 vehicle places below the building. Green transport facilities include 2 recharge points for electric cars, 32 cycle places, showers and changing rooms for cyclists.
It is closely integrated with Brussels’ compact public transport network. Metro and bus lines are only a minute away on foot. Nearby Luxembourg railway station feeds into the national rail system with its high-speed train links to neighbouring countries. An express bus service takes passengers directly from the European district to the national airport in 20 minutes.