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Unirii View office tower to be completed in Q2 2018

Unirii View, the 18,000 sqm office tower developed by Belgian investor Yves Weerts in downtown Bucharest, is advancing steadily and the underground works are expected to be finalized in Q2 2017. The construction works for Unirii View started in October 2016 and are expected to be finalized in the second quarter of 2018.

2017-04-03 14:26:15

The construction of the underground parking, representing the first phase of the development process, will continue in the next three months and the building is expected to reach ground zero in July. The general contractor appointed for the works is Bog'Art.

Unirii View has a total built area of 26,880 sqm and a total leasable area of approximately 18,000 sqm. The building comprises 19 upper floors, including the ground floor, 17 office floors and a mechanical penthouse, plus three underground parking levels. Upon completion, Unirii View will dominate downtown Bucharest, being among the tallest and greenest office buildings in Bucharest. The total investment is estimated at approximately 33 million euro.

"Unirii View will be the most important new commercial development in the Unirii area, recognized as ‘Km 0' in Bucharest in terms of transportation links and connections towards all sectors in the city," said
Yves Weerts, the project investor.

The key advantage of the project consists of its strategic location in Unirii Square, the largest commercial area and main transport hub of Bucharest, which ensures excellent access to public transport and a myriad of amenities – all representing key premises during the sustainability assessment.

The investor behind Unirii View is Yves Weerts, Belgian national and real estate professional, with a solid track record in Romania, confirmed by the development and successful sale of Deva Logistics Park to CTP investment fund.



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