The companies in the field of IT&C are in the top considering office request and their rented offices are situated mostly in the West and North of Bucharest.

The companies in the financial-banking fields are also very active considering their office requests, mainly considering the signing of last year of two large office transactions in Orhideea (Western Bucharest), considered a new office pole.

Bucharest North-East will benefit shortly from a new metro line, which, according to authorities, will be completed by the end of March. This new line, which will include a new station at Romexpo, will lead to the development of a new office pole in Bucharest, according to sources form the real estate market.

According to CBRE data, the first three office zones in Bucharest are: North (29%), Pipera (25%) and Central Business District (CBD) - 16%. 

 „Some of the office zones have amassed a certain range of activity, such as services centre, but the respective companies belong to different industries such as banking, industrial sector or IT, while other areas have mainly tenants from a certain industry, such as IT and have a visible variety in the way of organizing their activity“, says George Didoiu, associate director, office agency within Colliers International.


The IT companies are favouring, according to Colliers, the zones of Pipera South and Dimitrie Pompeiu, renting offices representing 40% of the total of transactions. The companies in the professional services fields, such as financial companies and banks, as well as the companies in the field of FMCG rented 32% of the spaces.
From the total of the space rented by IT companies, 65% are BPO (services externalizations) and SSC (services centres).

„By excellence, Dimitrie Pompeiu is an area attracting tenants with important areas, for whom the buildings with average heights and generous floor plates are a viable solution. We can therefore speak of an area dedicated to services centres and IT, where headquarters are also placed“, has added George Didoiu. (source: