The Belgian capital is home to the EU, NATO, the Mannekin Pis and now, Clockwise’s first shared workspace on the European mainland.
Near the city’s inner ring road and the Palais de Bruxelles lies Avenue des Artes, in the heart of the historic Leopold District.
And at number 44, the iconic Arts 44 building.
Previously occupied by a bank, this 8-story art deco building renovated under the Castleforge and architects ArtBuild, brings an entirely new coworking space concept to the Belgian capital.
Following a successful string of shared workspace openings, breathing life into old buildings across the UK, Clockwise Brussels at Arts 44 is the first of its kind on the European mainland. Light and airy with a stunning vista across the capital.
Our shared workspace aims to provide areas for collaboration between members alongside thoughtfully designed spaces for deep work, surrounded by comfortable furnishings and everything a modern business could need.
Whether hot desk, dedicated desk or private office, all members of Clockwise Brussels will benefit from:
- Flexible leases with the ability to occupy at speed.
- Unlimited high-speed and secure WiFi
- Breakout areas, kitchenettes and lounges.
- Meeting rooms and event spaces.
- The latest technology for collaboration.
- An events programme curated for personal and professional growth.
Aside from the many benefits internally, our shared workspace at the Arts 44 building could not be better located. In the heart of the city centre and just minutes from the Trône/Troon Station, there is a wealth of dining, drinking and doing options within walking distance.
- Caffe Italiano – Not only are there many cafes around the Arts 44 building but coffee is also provided in the coworking space itself. However, if your day absolutely needs to start with a proper shot of Italian espresso, this is the place for you.
- Le Wolf – Minutes away from our shared workspace is a whole world of culinary options to explore. Whatever your taste, choose from sushi, oysters, vegan, Thai, fresh pasta and more at this wonderful food market concept. And because this is Belgium, they even have their own microbrewery. Lunchtimes are easy with Clockwise.
- Gioia – Speaking of fresh pasta, round the corner from Arts 44, you’ll find the best place in Brussels for pranzo, aperitivo, cena and all manner of fantastic Italian cooking. The Wild Boar ragu is a must!
- Chemistry & Botanics – A pleasant stroll through the Parc de Bruxelles will bring you to one of the finest cocktail bars in the city centre. For meetings or after-work drinks, impress with seasonal drinks by professional mixologists.
- The House of European History – For an enlightening experience at an attractive price (free), drop by this museum showcasing the evolution of the European continent. They even do free tours on a Tuesday lunchtime on different themes if you fancy a slice of culture with your midday meal.
Start-up or big business, find out how the flexible shared workspace leases on offer at Clockwise Brussels can benefit you by reaching out to our dedicated team: email@example.com