Office buildings are becoming multifunctional. Timpuri Noi Square breaks the ice with a weekend fair, Dichisar. Young people enjoyed two days of fun, food & alternative shopping, where they meet with the foam of the new Romanian makers; good music, a real coffee and a lava cake with blueberries, as the organizers promised.
ESOP Corfac International’s office space monitoring team was there and tasted the chosen cakes.
On Sunday afternoon in the indoor yard of the Timpuri Noi Square project, there was a crowd of young people, almost the same as on an ordinary day.
The fair visitors came from an office building that hosts IT&C companies, such as Trement Software Consulting, Netcentric Eastern Europe, Phoenix Contact, and financial consulting, Kruk Romania, or office rental in the Co-working Impact Hub system, during the week.
Dichisar was also organized in the office space of the Impact Hub, which regularly hosts events for young people.
What was found at the weekend fair? Everything. From zacusca and jam, fresh coffee and lemonade, handmade jewelry, pearl, silver, or porcelain, to clothes by Romanian designers, small items of stylish furniture, bags, and natural plants for the office.
About the Timpuri Noi Square project
Timpuri Noi Square, developer Vastint Romania, is a mixed project, office, and residential. It delivered its first office space this year, in the first phase, a total area of 13.385 sqm and will soon offer the second phase with another 19.139 sqm.
The third office phase of Timpuri Noi Square is scheduled for next year, with a total area of 20.063 sqm. Timpuri Noi Square has also planned the largest food area in the office buildings in the Capital, of about 3.000 sqm, operated by the Fratelli restaurant group.
The offices are located on the banks of the Dâmbovița River, next to Timpuri Noi metro station.
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