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Colliers International, assigned Property Manager for The Landmark office project

The real estate consultancy company Colliers International was assigned by Piraeus Bank to offer property management services for the office project The Landmark, in the central area of the Capital. With this new project, the Colliers International team strengthens its position on the office property management market, and the whole managed portfolio reaches a total of over 320,000 leasable sqm.

2017-08-24 11:29:35

The Landmark comprises of three buildings located in a well-known office area of Bucharest, Central Business District, between Romana Square and Victoriei Square metro stations. The gross leasable area of the three buildings reaches a total of approximately 22,000 sqm, extended on 7 floors (P+6), and the basement stretches on three levels and offers over 370 parking places. The office project was delivered at the end of 2016 and now has four tenants - GTM, Wolf Theiss, Total, UiPath - that occupy 60 per cent of the overall surface of the buildings.

The portfolio managed by Colliers International's Real Estate Management Services team includes, besides The Landmark, office projects such as Phoenix Tower and Construdava, Art Business Center (Ponderas Academic Hospital), Hermes Business Campus, Green Court, Ethos House, Polona 68, Allianz Office Building Brasov and Stefan cel Mare Building, as well as three industrial parks in Timisoara, Brasov and Arad.



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