Successful coliving: finding the right fit
Coliving is seeing a huge boom and it seems that every flat share or micro apartment is being rebranded to hop on the trend. The choices are dizzying and often times overwhelming. It is therefore…
Our favorite Market Stalls and Foodtrucks
Supporting the small local businesses which give our neighborhoods character, and nourish our communities is important to our residents. For this edition of our series on the our Top 5 tips for residents…
5 Cafés to (really) get some work done
It's back to school. And even if summer isn't quite over, or never quite started, there's something pretty uplifting in the air. With many of us working from home, we often need a change of scenery so…
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What's life like in Brussels right now?
Professionals moving to Brussels in the coming weeks will want to know what to expect with the reopening of the country. After a somewhat strict lockdown the deconfinement process started in May and is…
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What to Expect when moving to Brussels today
Many of our future residents are considering when to schedule their move to Brussels after weeks of lockdown or as we call it here “confinement”. We have gathered some of the information we have…
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Moving to Brussels?
We expect the rules regarding the stay at home measures to be gradually eased as of beginning of May. This is a situation that is evolving rapidly so it is best for expats to stay informed. A vast majority of our residents…
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