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Unloved By the people of Brussels, the European quarter is trying to get rid of its "brutality"

After decades of presence in Brussels and despite the dynamism they have brought, the European institutions still do not seem to have found their place in their main host city. The European quarter is often like a disembodied area, cold and cut off from the world. A handful of die-hard residents are fighting so that these streets come back to life and that institutions in Brussels finally have an image of places close to citizens. They could in particular be helped by the development of teleworking since the pandemic. The Commission wants to reduce the size of its buildings from 780,000 m² occupied in Brussels to 580,000 m².

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