In the beginning of April, the office buildings’ occupancy rate had reached 70 pct. and this April the company planned to sign new leases in order to bring it to fully let.

Recently, the US company Fitbit , active in the field of fitness wearable, has announced it will further expand its  research and development centre in Bucharest by hiring another 200 specialized personnel in the next two years.

The decision to expand the R&D centre in Romania has been made as the company has previously signed a contract to rent the second floor of the Aviatorilor 8 office building.
However, opening the building and relocate the first tenants depend on some final approvals from the Romanian state, regarding interior partitions, permits received with delays, according to Dan Pascariu, NEPI’s representative to the event “Cities of Tomorrow”, which took place in the end of March.

The project, developed with an investment of EUR 37 million, will give back to the city one of the most remarkable constructions in Neo-Romanian style, the Oromolu villa, and will bring in the centre of Bucharest an office building with a special “fluidity”.

Aviatorilor 8 (project former known as Victoriei Office), will have a gross lease area of 8,400 sqm, three levels and a parking lot spanning three underground stories with 204 parking spots. 

Sources in the market also say that the anchor tenants of the office building are General Electric and MET Group, company controlled by MOL. (source: