+32 455 10 97 23 (M-F 9-18)
COWORKING SPACE IN LIÈGE
RENT YOUR OFFICE ON TIME
Your coworking space in Liège
Whether you are looking for a shared workspace in Liège for a day or for a year, a meeting room or an event space, Smartwork has the solution you need. Rent your temporary office or meeting room at Boulevard d'Avroy, the ideal place to receive your customers. Work with all the comforts of a shared workspace.
Advantages of Coworking
SMART WORK | WORK SMART
Fully equipped kitchen
Coffee and tea
Large time slot
even more space, more offices, more possibilities...
Cheap working comfort
The price of a few cups of coffee per month for your office at Boulevard d'Avroy
max. 8 persons
Access to the coworking space for one person/one day
Access to the coworking space for one person/one day/month
Reception, scan and mailing to a mail address
Boulevard d'Avroy 116
+32 455 10 97 23 (monday-friday 9-18)
Coworking in Liège
Rent your office on time
Rent a meeting room
Rent your working space
Describe your needs. We will be happy to find the best formula for you.
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