Bucharest Store Will Have Two Floors of Offices

Bucharest Store was once a standard building located at the end of Lipscani Street, in the Historical Center, a well-known shopping destination for Bucharest residents, from 1930 until the mid-1990s, but has been abandoned for the last 15 years, due to numerous passages from one owner to another.

Now, the new Dutch investor wants to bring it back to the forefront, obtaining building permits for a renovation project, which provides office spaces on the fourth and fifth floors.

The construction works started these days. They will last a year, and the spaces will be available at the end of 2019.

The total leasable area of ​​the building, including retail and office spaces, is 3,085 sqm, and office space will occupy an area of ​​708 sqm.

Bucharest Store building will have a basement, ground floor, five floors, and a secluded sixth floor and is located in the ultra-central area of ​​the Historical Center of Bucharest, at the end of Lipscani pedestrian street, to Unirii metro station (360 meters away), in the proximity of the largest leisure hub, with over 300 restaurants, cafes, pubs, and bistros.

The University of Bucharest is a 5-minute walk away, and the Unirea Shopping Center is a 7-minute walk away.

The project includes the renovation and remodeling of the facade and the building and the endowment with two high-speed elevators, data-voice sockets, voice-data cabling, hydrants, air conditioning with the 4-pipe system, central heating.

The old building was built in the mid-1930s. It will now be consolidated and remodeled to provide modern facilities for shops that will populate the lower floors and increase work comfort for the upper floors. On the top floor, space is intended for a sky-bar-restaurant with a panoramic view of the surroundings. 

If you would like more information about the office spaces for rent in Unirii area, please contact the ESOP team by filling this brief form, or by phone (+4) 0723.26.61.97 or (+4) 021.528.04.40. We’ll promptly answer your inquiry!

Maria Neda

PR & Media Coordinator, PR & Media Consultant, with background as a journalist in the economic press and experience as a consultant in Urban Development.

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