Bastion Tower dominates the Brussels skyline with its 100 metres high, it stands on the Brussels skyline and offers a breathtaking panoramic view of the city. Bastion Tower is one of the four skyscrapers in Brussels. Originally built by architect Robert Goffaux in 1965, this standalone L-shaped construction instantly became a local landmark. This prestigious address suits the needs from the well established internationally firms companies to the local smaller-scale actors. It benefits from a prime location in the very centre of Brussels’ key business district.
The Bastion Tower is ideally situated less than 300 metres from the Royal Palace and the historic Park of Brussels. It is also only a few hundred metres from the Leopold Quarter which houses the various bodies of the European Union. The uptown shopping district is within walking distance and boasts numerous department stores, shopping galleries, luxury shops and cinemas. Business travellers are also given the choice of a number of international hotels. Nearest subway : Bastion (in front of building) Nearest airport : Zaventem (15-20 minutes by car) Nearest highway : Ring highway (10-15 minutes by car)