The office space in Brussels Airport is in a modern glass building on Boulevard Leopold III, a main road linking Brussels Airport to the city centre. The area is home to the headquarters of several prestigious organisations including the European Commission and NATO. The road is also a favourite with blue chip companies such as oil firms, IT and technology providers, telecoms companies, car manufacturers and accounting and consulting providers. Such is the reputation of the four-kilometre-long avenue that it is sometimes called the 'headquarter boulevard'.
The offices are set over five floors. There is an impressive high-ceilinged reception area, and the centre's large windows ensure that offices have lots of natural light. The building also has ample parking.