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Rendering of Iris Tower in Brussels; image via The Skyscraper Center

Most of the floors of the Iris Tower, a 32-story, 137-m-tall office tower in Brussels, were set to begin accommodating about 2,000 civil servants, RTBF.be reported in November 2020. Construction of the tower was launched in 2018 by property developer Ghelamco, when the project was called the Silver Tower. Brussels Minister Sven Gatz, in charge of the Civil Service, announced the name change. The Brussels Regional Public Service and Brussels Taxation will occupy the 40,000-m2 building, a process that was expected to be complete in January. Ghelamco has sold its interest in the building to German fund Deka Immobilien.

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