Located in the southern part of Brussels, Court of Justice offers creative workspace in an important commercial area of the city. It’s situated in the Marollen neighbourhood, where century-old administrative buildings contrast with techno clubs and indie fashion outlets. Sitting across from the golden-domed Palais de Justice courthouse, Court of Justice remains an impressive building in its own right. The modern stone façade and greenery-filled roof terrace of this structure house a unique and energetic workspace, filled with a variety of offices, lounges and conference rooms.
This inspiring location is illuminated by natural light from its central atrium and floor-to-ceiling windows. Across four floors, professionals can make use of the super-fast Wi-Fi, while friendly administrative staff assist them. This dynamic workplace is close to some of Brussels’ most important attractions, including the Monument A la Gloire de l'Infanterie Belge, and modern galleries showcasing work by Belgian and international artists. Travelling here is simple, with the Louise metro station and its tram and bus connections only a five-minute walk away. Alternatively, take a tram from nearby Poelaert Square – site of the Anglo-Belgian war memorial.
Why choose Court of Justice.