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|Rue du Cardinal Mercier 6 (Ville de Bruxelles)|
| - office|
| - highrise|
| - international|
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Architect: Robert Goffaux
- The Westbury Hotel was, when built, one of the tallest Hotel buildings in Europe. The tower was renamed into 'Tour Lotto' when the national lottery moved in, after the building was converted into offices in 1981.
- When the national lottery left the building, Tour Lotto was left unused. The empty building attracted usurpers which occupied it and ruined the interior.
- The building was finally demolished and replaced by the Central Plaza: a less tall building which fitted better in the historical innercity of Brussels.
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