Leuvensestraat 34, 1800 Vilvoorde
Vilvoorde (Vilvorde in French) is a Belgian city and located in the Flemish Region in the province of Flemish Brabant.
City of over 37,000 inhabitants, it is on the edge of the Brussels-Capital Region, north of it, along the canal in Brussels Maritime Scheldt.
The municipality comprises the city of Vilvoorde proper with its two outlying quarters of Koningslo and Houtem and the small town of Peutie. The nickname for inhabitants of Vilvoorde is Pjeirrefretters (horse eaters) because horse meat (specially steak) is a beloved food in Vilvoorde.
The official language of Vilvoorde is Dutch. There is a French-speaking minority of about 20%, concentrated especially in the Koningslo quarter bordering Brussels.
Dating back to the early 70s, the building has two levels: a ground floor and one floor. Structurally, the building is traditional masonry with a slate roof.