Rogier Tower

Local nameTour Rogier
LocationBrussels, Belgium

The Rogier Tower is a skyscraper located in the Northern Quarter central business district of Saint-Josse-ten-Noode, Brussels, Belgium. It owes its name to the square Place Rogier/Rogierplein in front of the building. It was formerly known as the Dexia Tower after Dexia bank, but that bank fell victim to the 2007–2012 global financial crisis and the tower's name was changed on 1 March 2012. As Dexia moved its offices in Brussels to the Bastion Tower, Belfius and its subsidiaries are the only occupants of this tower, often also called the Belfius Tower. It is the fourth tallest building in Belgium.

It is built on the site of the Rogier International Centre, also called the Martini Tower, which was formerly the tallest building in Belgium, but was demolished in 2001. Constructed between 2002 and 2006, the Rogier Tower is 137 m tall.

Tags Modern Architecture
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The building is not publicly accessible.

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Address 42 Vooruitgangsstraat, Sint-Joost-ten-Node 1210, Belgium

Coordinates 50°51'23" N 4°21'33.001" E

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