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Two new tenants in AFI Tech Park leasing additional 1,000 sqm

AFI Europe Romania announces two new lease agreements for AFI Tech Park, the new business park the company is currently developing in Bucharest.

2018-03-01 17:21:12

RTC Proffice Experience, market leader in office stationery, leased approximately 650 sqm GLA in AFI Tech Park 1, and Ecovis Romania, a specialized international financial services company (with approx. 350 sqm), becoming the fourth and fifth tenants of the business campus.

Currently, the already signed lease contracts and other pre-agreements for different surfaces in the building represent an occupancy rate close to 40 per cent in AFI Tech Park 1 and advanced discussions are held with additional companies from IT&C, pharma and FMCG sectors. The delivery of the first office building, which offers 20,000 sqm GLA Class A office spaces and 2,000 sqm retail area, is estimated in May 2018 and will accommodate up to 3,000 employees.

AFI Tech Park comprises of two office buildings with 8 above ground floors and one office tower of 14 floors, totaling a gross leasable area of 56,000 sqm, all surrounded by over 5,000 sqm of green areas. The project is located 5 minutes away from city center Unirii, near JW Marriott Hotel and the Romanian Parliament.

The lease process was successfully intermediated by with Colliers International, namely consultants Lucian Opris and Alexandru Orzea which advised AFI Europe Romania.



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