Tiberghien’s head office is located on the north side of Belgium’s capital city Brussels, more precisely at the trendy and historical ‘Tour & Taxis’ site. The Tour & Taxis site is an old logistics center (mainly warehouses and offices), centered around a large railway freight depot. After it was abandoned at the end of the last century, SNCB Belgian National Railways and the Port of Brussels sold the site to private companies to develop new activities and housing. Our offices are located in the emblematic Royal Warehouse which was beautifully renovated. The historical architectural structure combines sublimely with its trendy and modern decoration. The most exciting aspect of working in this building is the vibrant, lively atmosphere. Trendy shops and restaurants further contribute to the unique experience, or what about having lunch in the sun whilst enjoying the view on the rooftop terrace?
Its proximity to the Brussels North railway station and the availability of shuttle services from and to the station, offers easy accessibility by public transportation. For those travelling by car, a visitors parking (with a high capacity) located directly underneath the Tour & Taxis building is also available.
Our co-workers in Antwerp can avoid the busy centre of town when going to work. The Antwerp offices are located near the ‘Singel’, in close proximity to motorway exit ‘Berchem’. The Berchem railway station is only a ten-minute bike ride or a short bus ride away.
In search of more spacious offices and conference rooms, we have only just recently (summer of 2017) moved to this new location. Our Tiberghien decorating team has successfully created a tranquil, yet trendy atmosphere.
During summer, there’s a sunny terrace to enjoy, which can also be the starting point for a fun after-work activity..
Our office in Ghent is located within the brand-new MG Business Center. The building’s modern architecture has resulted in an optimal use of space. Large windows stretching the full height of the structure offer bright offices and a panoramic view over the city.
Its specific location in the city has noticeable strengths. The Gent Sint-Pieters railway station is (almost literally) a stone’s throw away. For those arriving by car, an underground parking lot is available. Finally, the charming, spacious ‘Citadel Park’ in Ghent is only 5 minutes away by foot...
The offices in Hasselt are located in Huis Vanstraelen. This house dates from 1908 and was built by the then solicitor of the King Clement Van Straelen. This spacious citizen house is characterised by the Art Nouveau style with Victor Horta as a great example. This becomes clear in the beautiful staircase.
This unique location is 5 km from the highway and is also easily accessible by public transport. It is within walking distance of the center and the buses are free. In the neighborhood, you also have a local Bike Point where you can easily rent a bike to clear your head along the canal after a long meeting.
Huis Vanstraelen also opens its doors for seminars, workshops and entrepreneurs who want to rent an office or flex desk, a great opportunity to expand your network.
The new Luxembourg office is located in a Maison de Maître in the Belair area. This chic neighbourhood is just a stone’s throw away from the city centre and the district is ideally suited for working people looking to combine the excitement of the centre with the tranquillity of outlying neighbourhoods.
Boulevard Joseph II is located near the city's major arteries: the Longwy and Arlon Road, which will easily let you navigate in and out of the city. The neighbourhood is also served by various bus and tram lines.
Luxembourg is an exciting place to work and possibly even more exciting after working hours. Plenty of restaurants, bars and shops contribute to an enjoyable ‘after-work-vibe’.