Motown Park is unique in its location. You live at the doorstep of a park, yet when you leave the site, you immediately arrive at the Chaussée de Ninove, where you find schools, supermarkets, bars and restaurants. If you turn right, you are a kilometre away from the Ring of Brussels that connects you to the rest of Belgium. If you turn left, it’s a mere 3,5 kilometres to the pentagon of Brussels, where the historical part of the city lies.
As the capital of Belgium and Europe, Brussels is home to about 1,2 million inhabitants and to the headquarters of the EU, NATO and other international institutions. This results in a melting pot of people and cultures that give Brussels its versatile identity, characterized by its ‘joie de vivre’ and entrepreneurial spirit.
Brussels is the bridge between old and new, local and international, the individual and the institution, leisure and work, metropolitan and nature. It is in this juxtaposed urban landscape that Motown Park has found its home.