Victoria Regina Tower

Ultimate urban working & living

Name: Victoria Regina Tower
Location: Square Victoria Regina Square Victoria Regina
1210 Brussels

Iconic architecture
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.

Future-proof redevelopment
The existing features will be preserved and
optimized to create a building that is proud of its
emblematic architecture while activating it for
the future.

  • 24 floors
  • 25000 m²
  • of flexible spaces
  • 2.80m free height
  • Passive & nearly
  • zero energy building
  • Single and multi tenant
  • Lively mixed-use building
  • Panoramic urban views
  • Customizable high-end finishings

Co-working space connected to lobby
The multipurpose lobby will be the heart of the
building with a double-height ground floor and
an active facade embedded in the neighborhood.
The co-working area will host flexible
workspaces as well as a variety of meeting and
conference facilities.

  • Indoor parking
  • for 279 vehicles
  • & 125 bicycles
  • Charging points for cars,
  • bicycles, e-bikes and scooters
  • Outside terraces from level -1 onto +2
Adaptive private offices
Victoria features 25.000 square meters of lettable space
to accommodate a wide range of tenants. All 24 floors
boast an ample free height of 2.80m, abundant natural
light and stunning views over the capital. Every platform
has open adaptive floor plans, offering the best in comfort
and flexibility.
 
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