Market studies and analyzes performed regularly by ESOP Consulting, shows an increase in the total area of offices available for rent in Bucharest in 2015, compared to last year, but also a more pronounced orientation of medium-sized companies towards office headquarters in new and modern business centers appeared in recent years in central or semi-central areas of the Capital.
Areas as Grozavesti, Romana Square, Unirii Square, Maria Rosetti Square, 1 Mai Square, or Floreasca occupy top positions in the preferences of managers looking for a headquarters at a favorable monthly cost for their company, to bring them extra comfort, efficiency, and image.
Comfort, efficiency, and an extra image
Modern business centers in the center of the Capital
Premium business centers are also at the top of large and medium companies national or multinational companies that need a modern and elegant headquarters, with open and bright spaces, spacious and modernly arranged offices, meeting rooms, or relaxation rooms comparable to the western ones. Areas such as Calea Victoriei, Universitate, Aviatorilor, Barbu Vacarescu, or Presei Libere Square are ready to offer such offices.
Historic villas, with distinctive architecture, for premium offices
Companies that want a headquarters to occupy it entirely and impress with its privileged location, modern facilities, and historical heritage that offers an extra of nobility and refinement can choose one of the villas on Aviatorilor, Polona, Romana Square or Casin area.
Such villa is also the one that the journalists defined as being “A frenzy of stone and wood on the Mitropoliei hill: a house with an elevator since 1920, lacy columns and a view of little Paris.” (www.wall-street.ro)
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Update 24.10.2019 The Capital City Hall approved the introduction of the vignette in Bucharest. Downtown, cars under Euro 3 (Non-Euro, Euro 1 and Euro 2) will not be allowed next year, and from 2021 nor those below Euro 4. All cars under 5 euros will pay a vignette to drive on the other streets, outside […]