The Citizen Corner is a temporary occupation of an old warehouse. The building of 1000 m2 is located in a residential area in Brussels, Schaarbeek, at a 2 min walk of the most beautiful park of Brussels: Parc Josaphat.

The building is run as a commons by a collective of neighbours. It is a very bottom up place, where everyone is invited to experiment and organise.

Read more about the values of the project here.


Rue Godefroid Devreese 34, Schaerbeek (map)

How to get there?

Arriving from the South Station (Gare du midi, Thalys, Eurostar station)

If you come from France, the UK, the Netherlands or Germany with a fast train, you will arrive at the Brussels South Station (Gare du midi). The easiest way is to take tram 3 (Esplanade) or 4 (Gare du Nord) to Rogier (5 stops, 6 minutes) and then tram 25 direction Boondael till Place Bienfaiteurs (15 minutes).

Other option is to hop for 2min on a train that stops in North Station or Central Station and follow the steps below. 👇🏾

Arriving from the North Station (Gare du Nord)

The building is 1.7km from the station.

You can either walk about 20 minutes, or you can take the tram 25 direction ‘Boondael’ (in the station). Get off at Place Bienfaiteurs (1 minute to venue).

Arriving from Central Station (Gare Centrale)

The building is about 3 km from the Central Station of Brussels.

At the station you can hop on bus 65, get off at Place Bienfaiteurs. The bus makes a big detour, takes about 30 minutes.

So, if you don’t mind walking for about 5-10 minutes, right through the beautiful city centre, head towards tram 25 at a stop called ‘Rogier’, at the end of the most famous shopping street in Brussels ‘Rue Neuve’. Get on the tram, direction ‘Boondael’. Get off at Place Bienfaiteurs. (1 min to venue)