“We were looking for a tenant to occupy the villa for more than one and a half year. In the last 17 years Kiseleff Palace was the headquarters of a prestigious Dutch bank, so the finding of a new suit tenant wasn’t an easy mission. The team of BNP Paribas Real Estate was a big help, introducing along a series of potential clients with big names. Eventually the transaction completed the moment when BNP Paribas Real Estate introduced Eximbank. The space suited the needs of the new tenant, as part of the fit outs and partitions already in place belonged to a bank”, has declared the property manager, Peter Peterson.
The Kiseleff Palace is situated in the Central Business District of Bucharest, few minutes distance to Victoriei Sq, across the road from Kiseleff Park. The property offers approx. 6,000 sqm A class offices, but behind the modern offices, the glass partitions and the top facilities, a small part of Romanian history hides. The building was erected over 100 years ago and entered the royal Patrimony in 1910, under King Carol the 1st. Restored by the architect Grigore Cerchez, Kiseleff palace was the residence where King Mihai spent his best childhood years. (source: wall-street.ro)