|Type||Offices / Tower|
|Offices:||Min. 1.150 m2||> Max. 10.350 m2|
Victoria is a landmark building constructed between 1974 and 1978 as the Belgian headquarters for IBM. Its distinct architectural identity and spatial quality set it apart in the Brussels North district. The existing features will be preserved and optimised to create a building that is proud of its emblematic architecture while activating it for the future.
Victoria Brussels offers a unique environment to work, meet and stay in the Brussels North district. Pairing a landmark building boasting panoramic views over the capital with prime sustainable amenities and flexible office spaces.
Victoria features 25.000m² of lettable space to accommodate a wide range of tenants, offering the best in comfort and flexibility. This future-proof renovation will be one of Brussels’ most durable buildings.
They are committed to create an environment where people enjoy spending time, a place that caters to the tenants’ everyday needs. Besides private office spaces, tenants will have access to a wide range of facilities in this mixed-use project.
Redevelopment of the area is in full swing, the square in front of the building is being transformed into an accessible green public space. The multipurpose lobby will have an open and active façade embedded in the neighbourhood.
The Victoria Tower is located along the inner ring road (R20), in the northern district of Brussels. Its excellent location makes it easily accessible through the many public transport links nearby, such as the Botanique or Rogier metro station, as well as the tram and bus lines. There are also underground parkings in the neighbourhood. This office building is also surrounded by many shops, restaurants and coffees and is close to the famous shopping street, Rue Neuve.