The Euro Tower office building was monitored by BuildGreen organization, which assessed that it met NET Zero Carbon standards in 2019, 2020 and will likely end 2021 on the same note, due to the energy efficiency of the building and the way it is managed.
Decarbonizing the carbon footprint of a building requires the use of materials and technologies that ensure energy efficiency and minimize CO2 emissions, the implementation of efficient solutions for the construction and operation of the building, and the compensation of CO2 emissions that are impossible to eliminate or control in the process of development (such as tenant emissions).
Euro Tower is a landmark in the office market in Bucharest, according to the monitoring of ESOP Consulting, being among the first class A office buildings and the first to receive a green certificate in 2009, the BREEAM Very Good, also through BuildGreen.
The building is currently being monitored according to the LEED v4.1 O + M Existing Buildings and LEED Zero Carbon methodology and is expected to receive these awards next year.
LEED Zero Carbon is the primary tool for assessing and ensuring compliance with all sustainable development rules and practices to neutralize carbon dioxide emissions throughout the building’s life cycle – from concept to construction and operation.
Euro Tower has green spaces created specifically to benefit from sustainable building standards. On the roof, Euro Tower has an outdoor garden with trees and ornamental plants, and on the ground floor there is another green area open to the general public.
The project is also a reference, the design by the international architecture house Chapman Taylor being emblematic in the area.
The building has 18 floors and a total area of 18,000 square meters, underground parking with 180 spaces and outdoor parking with 300 spaces.
The location is good, in the center-north business pole, closer to the center, on Văcărescu Boulevard, at the intersection with Lacul Tei Boulevard, five minutes from the Ștefan cel Mare metro station and the Circului Park. At the same time, the building has direct access to the northern residential area, both through Văcărescu Boulevard to the Aviației and Băneasa neighborhoods, and through the Doamna Ghica neighborhood, to Pipera and the A3 Highway.
Euro Tower has a BMS management system, backup generator, necessary for IT&C companies, but also other companies that have important storage data, server rooms, fire detection and extinguishing system, six elevators and video surveillance system.
Current tenants include Huawei, Schneider Electric, Avon, eSilicon and Arcelor Mittal.
At the moment there are some spaces available, the opportunity being available for companies looking for an office with an area between 450 sqm and 1,250 sqm.
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