The building’s tenants include companies such as Capgemini (1,120 m2), T-Me Studios (800 m2), Softelligence (700 m2) and Unica Sport (630 m2).

The increase of the occupancy rate to more than 70 pct brings the building one step closer to the sale, considering a similar model was used in the first two buildings within the complex.

After renting them nearly 100 pct, the A and B buildings in Green Court Bucharest were sold to the investment fund Globalworth, controlled by the Greek businessman Ioannis Papalekas. Sources in the market say that Papalekas could be the buyer of the third building too.

In 2015, Papalekas paid EUR 89 million for the first two buildings of the office project Green Court, in the vicinity of Aurel Vlaicu metro station, the first being sold for EUR 44 million and the second for EUR 47 million. Anchor tenants of Green Court are Orange Romania and Carrefour. The telecom company signed a lease agreement for 13,700 sqm in 2014, while Carrefour has rented nearly 7,000 sqm in the complex in 2015. (sursa: