The Brasilia Corporate Financial Center is situated in a striking office complex in the Northern Commercial Sector, one of the main business districts. It is close to the Monumental Axis road which divides the city, with national executive, judicial and legislative buildings at one end, and federal and municipal offices at the other. Most local business is in the public sector or support services like finance, law, communications, design, IT and entertainment. The city encourages non-polluting industries, and is home to food processing, pharmaceutical, furniture manufacture and construction companies. Brasilia has been designated a UNESCO world heritage site. It has an advanced transit system designed to help traffic flow, and is within easy reach of eight major highways and an international airport 11km from the city center. The Brasilia Corporate Financial Center has an auditorium and cyber café and the complex offers restaurant and gym facilities, a helipad and parking.