Part of the European Natura 2000 network, this semi-natural green space (22 hectares) boasts a former sand quarry, meadows, woods and marshes. Kauwberg is just a stone’s throw from Saint-Job Square.

Saint-Job Square

The venue for a popular weekly market, Saint-Job Square has retained its unique character, with its narrow lanes, gourmet restaurants and large pedestrianised area.

Vivier d’Oie District

Where Avenue du Prince de Ligne meets Chaussée de Waterloo, this district is home to a wide range of excellent shops and eating establishments.

European School

Just a few hundred yards from the district of Saint-Job, the European School in Brussels is one of the capital’s most prestigious institutions.

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All the advantages of a friendly neighbourhood

If there’s one thing the locals agree on, it’s that their neighbourhood is unique!
With a weekly market, gorgeous boutiques, local schools, community vegetable gardens, sports clubs, a city farm, gourmet restaurants and green spaces, it has all the ingredients for the good life!