Breathtaking views from a landmark building in a dynamic business district with European and global importance are among the attractions of the Antwerp Central Station (Previously known as Antwerp Business Centre). The business centre is located on the 16th and 20th floors of the Antwerp Tower which, with its mosaic and orange reflective windows, dominates the city's De Keyserlei district. Strategically positioned three minutes' walk from Antwerp Central Station and its fast train connections to Amsterdam, Brussels and Paris, this part of the city is home to multinational corporates from Asia, North America and Europe. Antwerp's best amenities also part of this bustling neighbourhood. Business optimism and high growth potential make Antwerp an attractive base. Seventy five per cent businesses are in the service sector, but Antwerp is also a key logistical location. Easy to reach by air, rail or road, it has a seaport that's one of the largest in Europe. Petrochemical industries and diamond trading are important to the local economy.