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Immofinanz launches its myhive office concept in Romania

Immofinanz, one of the most important real estate investors in Romania, introduces its office brand myhive to the local market, to be implemented in five of its class A office buildings in Bucharest.

2017-01-26 14:11:20

The Iride 20 building of Iride Business Park and S-Park have already become myhive Iride 20 and myhive S-Park, after a transformation process through which the properties' common areas now offer an extended service range and improved infrastructure.

Plans call for the myhive concept to also be rolled-out at Metroffice, Victoria Park and the Iride 19 building.

"In the first step of the brand's roll-out we bring the myhive brand to 20 Immofinanz office buildings in six countries: Austria, Germany, Czech Republic, Poland, Romania and Hungary," said Christian Traunfellner, head of asset management office of Immofinanz.

The official myhive launch in Romania is marked by the completion of the modernization process within myhive S-Park, following a total investment of 1.85 million Euro, after an upgrade of its interior common areas, to include new sitting and socializing areas, new facilities and services. The exterior of the property will also be modernized, with a focus on green spaces, comfortable smoking and socializing areas.

In Romania, Immofinanz stands amongst the top office space owners with an office portfolio including eight standing properties, with a total rentable surface of almost 190,000 sqm, as well as the new Metroffice complex in Pipera, the first building of which covers 20,000 sqm.



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