The utilitarian WNA building is the convenient and accessible location of the Weena Zuid 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 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.