The Belgian Union definitively closes the doors of the Glass House

The Federation has just sold its emblematic buildings for 7.5 million euros to the City of Brussels. From this Friday, it will integrate its new premises in Tubize.

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By Frédéric Larsimont

Published on 10/14/2021 7:40 PM
Reading time: 8 min

EStarted on September 1, 1895 in a brasserie at the back of the Royal Palace, the Belgian Union’s walk through the streets of Brussels in the past officially comes to an end this Friday, October 15, 2021. As its head offices migrate, the venerable institution has indeed beaten the pavement in all corners of the capital for 126 years. But there, he wanted to go take in the air of the province. Direction the National Center of Tubize where the Devils have been waiting for him with open arms for 5 years.

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Belgian Union definitively closes doors Glass House

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