Eminescu Office, the Newest Boutique Building in the Romana Area, Close to Completion

Eminescu Office is a premium project, with 7 floors of high-class office space and 81 parking spaces. It is also equipped with charging stations for electric cars and bicycle facilities.

The spaces are flexible. You can arrange a commercial space or a service area on the ground floor, and on each office floor is a new office area of ​​720 square meters. Still, there is the possibility of partitioning for three potential tenants per level.

Construction works are underway. The facade will be closed this month, according to an ESOP monitoring.

In total, the Eminescu Office building has a leasable area of ​​7,500 square meters, with partitioned open space office space and intelligent design that allows natural light for all workstations and generous terraces each floor.

The construction is made with premium materials, which ensure excellent insulation and low energy consumption. The project will have facilities for conferences, 24-hour security, CCTV, and building management systems.

Eminescu Office is located in an ultra-central historic area of ​​the Capital, with a mix of old buildings and recently built boutique buildings, for commercial or residential purposes, nearby are prestigious institutions, ambassador’s residences, and consulates.

A 5-minute walk away is a vital university education institution in the country, the Academy of Economic Studies in Bucharest (ASE). Three bus stops away is the University of Bucharest, with 19 specialties of higher education and 93 specializations of license.

Nearby is Piața Romană, an important transport hub in Bucharest, with a metro station. Within walking distance of the office building are numerous restaurants, cafes, convenience stores, a renowned British Council English course provider, a private high school, and several pop-shops with art objects, clothing, and accessories created by Romanian designers.

If you would like more information about the office spaces for rent in Eminescu Office, 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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