Floreasca Park is Resolution’s first investment in Romania and Zeus’ fifth investment in the Bucharest real estate market, and represents the first acquisition of the joint venture between the two leading investment and asset management firms.

The high-quality office building is located in the vibrant Floreasca-Barbu Vacarescu area, one of the most sought-after business districts in Bucharest that is often also referred to as the “New CBD”. The Oracle-anchored property is comprised of two modern Class A office buildings that are connected via an underground car park for 586 cars. Other blue-chip tenants of the building include Kellogg’s, BASF, Saint-Gobain, Ursus Breweries, and ENI. The property is well-served by public transportation links and offers a number of facilities for tenants, including a coffee shop and a bank unit.

The complex also meets high sustainability standards with features including water and heat recycling, natural cooling at night by a computerized window system, ground-sourced heat pumps, and use of ground water for the cooling systems.

“Despite changing working practices, the demand for well-located, well-fitted-out offices in central business districts will continue to be a valued commodity. We are excited by the ways in which real estate continues to evolve and have a proven track record for being at the forefront of those changes. We look forward to making the acquisition of Floreasca Park the next step in our expanded presence in Romania and Central and Eastern Europe”, commented Scott O’Donnell, Resolution Property representative.

“We are very pleased to conclude the acquisition of a landmark prime office building and progress with our investment program in Central East and South East Europe. This is the fifth transaction of our investment platform that is focused on prime commercial real estate properties in the region. We are confident that this market leading asset in Bucharest’s promising office market will perform exceptionally well for our investors”, has declared Stelios Zavvos, Chairman and CEO at Zeus Capital Management.

The buyers were advised by Kinstellar, Knight Frank, Ernst & Young and Sentient. The acquisition was financed by Erste Bank. GLL Real Estate Partners was advised by PeliPartners, and Cushman & Wakefield Echinox, and Portland Trust as property manager.