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Globalworth to develop two new office buildings in northern Bucharest

Globalworth announces the acquisition of two land plots in the northern area of Bucharest and the preparation for the start of the construction works for two new office buildings.

2018-02-26 13:12:43

Both are located in Herastrau / Barbu Vacarescu Railway Station in the new Central Business District: the first is located between Globalworth Plaza and Green Court B, and the second is adjacent to the Green Court office complex, also owned by the company. In total, they will allow the development of approximately 40,000 sqm of commercial spaces, mostly offices. The total value of both lands is about 16 million Euro.

The first land will host the Globalworth Square office building. After completion, scheduled for the second half of 2019, it will provide its tenants with workspaces that meet the highest standards of quality and energy efficiency. With facilities such as co-workspaces, a reception lounge, real-time display screens, the Natural Light system and an application that allows tenants to enjoy facilities using just the mobile phone, Globalworth Square aims to support companies to recruit and retain the best talents.

The second building will be located within the Green Court complex and will meet the standards of the three existing buildings, both architecturally and in terms of energy quality and efficiency. It will be completed during 2020.



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