LA GRAND POSTE
More than just a place to work, La Grand Poste is a space of emulation dedicated to creative companies and entrepreneurs of the new economy.
Organized as hub, La Grand Poste features 200 coworking places and 8,000 m2 of office space, a food market, a craft brewery, classrooms, several multimedia studios, numerous conference rooms and exclusive spaces designed for the organization of unique events, such as its panoramic rooftop, which offers an amazing view of the city of Liège and the Meuse river.
FOOD & DRINKS
Tired of boring fast food? Enjoy the best of street food at La Grand Poste’s food market, a unique place to enjoy daily fresh dishes prepared by our 7 theme booths, as well as the possibility of tasting more than 40 beers brewed on site.
Whether you are a nomadic or sedentary worker, La Grand Poste offers flexible packages designed to meet the needs of tomorrow’s workers, so that you feel at home with us.
La Grand Poste has been designed to provide start-ups, accelerators, incubators and investment funds with all the infrastructure and equipment they need to further develop their activities.
La Grand Poste is home to the University of Liège’s Master’s degree in journalism, 48FM radio and the VentureLab.
Brand new classrooms and audio and video studios allow the students from La Grand Poste to practice their future profession.
Brasseries de Liège has installed all the necessary equipments to brew and bottle up to 10 000 hL of beer per year in the basement of La Grand Poste. In addition to the “LEGIA” brand, Brasseries de Liège can produce custom beers for any company, association or private individual who wishes so. You will be guided from the creation of the recipe to the bottling process!
HISTORY OF LA GRAND POSTE
Beginning of the construction
(Ar. Edmond Jamar)
Hôtel des Postes
Forma.T parties (Justice, etc.), Cour des Carrioles, etc.
Beginning of the refurbishment
Liège’s creative district totem
Gérôme is the ardent director of La Grand Poste, an emblematic place that he conceives as a meeting place for all the people of Liège. Passionate about his city, innovation and entrepreneurship, Gérôme also participates in the development of the VC fund LeanSquare by managing its specialization “Entertainment & Tech” (Wallifornia).
Business Development Director
Héloïse worked for more than 10 years in the event and networking sector, mainly in the audiovisual industry. She then joined LeanSquare where she was part of the WeCargo and the Wallifornia Music Tech programmes. As an outstanding coordinator, she knows all about logistics! After having managed the numerous events that take place at La Grand Poste for a year, Héloïse is now Business Development Director to pursue a goal that deeply matters to her: developing La Grand Poste’s ecosystem and partnerships.
In another life, Romina used to work for artists (programming, distribution, production) before becoming Office Manager at La Grand Poste. Pragmatic by nature, she is an optimist who sees solutions where others see problems. Her mission? Creatively deal with the day-to-day management at la Grand Poste to ensure that all is for the best, in the best of all possible worlds. Romina accepts no responsibility for her sense of humour though.
Superhost & Coworking Manager
Since 2013, Catherine has been discovering all facets of the coworking life, first as an entrepreneur and then as manager of La Forge/LeanSquare coworking space . Passionate about community life and convinced that social interaction between entrepreneurs is key to their development, Catherine was the perfect person to pamper and entertain our community of workers.
Food Market Manager
After spending more than twenty years setting up projects in the event and tourism industries, Jean-Christophe now manages the Food Market and its street food booths on a daily basis with enthusiasm and epicurism!
Yannic fell in love with the catering industry while driving his Mex y Co food truck. Natural born entrepreneur, he is never short of new creative gourmet ideas to offer his customers unique experiences. Founder of “Craquage” in Namur, he is in charge of the Rooftop Bar.
After a bachelor’s degree in Public Relations and a 6-month internship at La Grand Poste, Line decided not to leave the ship. Always smiling, she manages all the events that take place at La Grand Poste, in other words, quite a big deal!
Currently in a work-study program at the HEPL, Lisa is in charge of (among other things) the management of the building and its security, the management of energy and maintenance, and all the small daily requests. She is the fairy thanks to who the magic happens.
Front Desk Officer
As Front Desk Officer, Tara is the person of contact for everyone who walks through the doors of La Grand Poste. She welcomes you with a smile and does her utmost to solve your little problems. Tara is also the person who manages the booking and renting of the meeting rooms and the central court. How to describe her? Friendly and efficient, an iron fist in a velvet glove!
Want to discover La Grand Poste?
ADDRESS & ACCESS
WHERE & HOW TO FIND US?
Quai Sur - Meuse 19, 4000 Liège, Belgique
La Grand PosteQuai Sur - Meuse 19, 4000 Liège, Belgique
ON FOOT, BY BIKE OR ON A SCOOTER...
Follow your instinct, Google Maps will do the rest. Once you see a big tower on the waterfront, that’s it, you’ve arrived. For the cycling enthusiasts, a paid bike park is available for coworkers at La Grand Poste.
From Guillemins Station, take bus 2 towards Place de la République Française and get off at Place Cockerill (9 stops, about 11 min). From Liège Saint Lambert Station: walk 7 min to La Grand Poste (800m).
BY TRAM OR BY BUS
By bus: the nearest bus stop is located Place Cockerill, but the main TEC stops (Place Saint-Lambert, Place République française, Opéra, etc.) are just a stone’s throw away.
By tram: we’ll tell you more when the construction is completed?
La Grand Poste is located in the city centre and is therefore difficult to access by car. We advise you to use other means of transport. If you need to use your car, the nearest parking garages are the Charles Magnette car park, the Saint-Denis car park and the Saint-Lambert car park.