Bucharest, Sector 1
Available : 200 - 17.000 m2
The Mark is the name of a new project of an impressive office buildings to be built in the capital, according to Austrian investment fund S IMMO AG. LOCATED ON THE FUTURE MAIN BO...
We are working with Officerentinfo.ro and Warehouseinfo.ro since 2013, being very satisfied with the services provided. We became more visible in the market, we’ve been contacted for renting spaces and we received direct requests materialized in lease agreements.
I recommend working with Officerentinfo.ro and Warehouseinfo.ro as alternative channels to the real estate agencies, where the contact with the tenants is direct and the advertising services increase the property’s awareness!
Romica Tatu - RA-RA Group of companies
The cooperation between DBH Serviced Offices and Birouinfo.ro stood since the beginning under the best auspices, the more so as it is a double partnership, the site’s team choosing to establish their offices in our DBH instant office centre in Piata Victoriei area.
We appreciated the constant rate of the office requests came through Birouinfo, as well as the professional presentation our property benefits on this platform. We strongly recommend the services of Birouinfo.ro, the team’s professionalism and we salute this concept which brings transparency and efficient promoting solutions to the local office market.
The moment we opened the first Coffice location, we tried to promote our spaces for rent in a professional way. Within our first Google searches we discovered Birouinfo and I was attracted precisely by this professional design of the platform. For a new business, the requests received through the website were very helpful, supporting us to rent part of our available space.
The team birouinfo.ro constantly showed professionalism, promptitude and came with creative ideas for promoting our property. I believe that the office market in Romania needs such a service, which brings the office rental activity to another level, with minimum costs and maximum efficiency.
Adela Fabian - Coffice
You Should Know Before Selecting an Office Building
C category office buildings are the ones which are not meeting the requirements of the A, B categories.
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Clients, planners, development agencies, funders and developers use BREEAM to specify the sustainability performance of their buildings in a way that is quick, comprehensive, highly visible in the marketplace and provides a level playing field. Property agents use it to promote the environmental credentials and benefits of a building to potential purchasers and tenants. Design Teams use it as a method to improve the performance of their buildings and their own experience and knowledge of environmental aspects of sustainability. Managers use it to reduce running costs, measure and improve the performance of buildings, empower staff, develop action plans and monitor and report performance at both the single and portfolio level.