Avenue de Beaulieu

Avenue de Beaulieu 22-24, constructed in 1991, is one of the most desirable office buildings in Brussels.

The building benefits from proximity to frequent bus and commuter trains services, being only 5 stops from Schuman station. It is a focal building within the decentralised European Commission office area.

  • Prime location in key decentralised European commission office area
  • Easy access to airport
  • Large and efficient floor plates serviced by a single core
  • 2.6m floor to ceiling height
  • Suspended ceilings
  • 133 underground car parking spaces
  • Full air conditioning

The building offers over 6014 m2 of grade A accommodation spread over 5 floors. The space comprises large efficient floor plates creating a clear, bright and open work environment while offering efficient, flexible accommodation.


  • European Commission
  • La Communauté Européenne

Address Avenue de Beaulieu, 22-24, 1160 Brussels
Year contructed 1991
Vendors IVG Immobilien, Avenue Lloyd George 7, Lloyd Georgelaan, 1000 Brussels
Architect Assar, Chaussee de la Hulpe 181/2 B-1170, Brussels.
Developer Codic, Chaussee de la Hulpe 130/2, B-1000, Brussels
Main contractor Van Rymenant (Besix Group) Avenue de la Couronne 165, B-1040 Brussels
Number of floors 7
Rentable area 6014 m2
Floors above Grade 5
Floor to ceiling height 2.6m
Elevators 1 x 13 persons (1000 kg) 2 x 8 persons (630 kg)
Tenant access hours 24/7
Modulation 1.2m
Parking 133 spaces over two floors underground