At the opposite end of the scale, there are Oslo, Paris, Zurich, Geneva and London, according to the same study. A rental cost scenario imagined by DTZ consultants shows that in 2013-2014 rental costs in Bucharest may stay at the current level, with a declining risk of up to 2 pc. The cost per work station takes into account the cost of rent adding to which are maintenance and taxes. The finishing of some big real estate projects led to the office work space going up in Bucharest, with the Barbu Vacarescu area, to give just one example, witnessing significant development in the past couple of years. In 2012, the area became the location for the 37-floor SkyTower, which, at 137m tall, is Romania’s tallest office building. (source: