The final certificate will be granted after the delivery of the building.

The complex has a total rentable area of 54,000 sq. m and is developed in the centre of the city of Cluj-Napoca, on the former plot of Tricotaje Somesul factory on 21 Decembrie Blvd.

The first stage, with a rentable area of 19,000 sq. m, will be delivered in the first half of the next year and is currently in an advanced construction stage. The project will be completed by 2016.

The Office will include an area of service and retail, including activities from operators on a large range of services, from pharmacy to banks and even kindergarten.

The developers say they are in advanced negotiations with a series of potential tenants. The interest in the project is shown by multinationals, mainly from the IT/C sector or engineering, companies already present in Cluj-Napoca, as well as by the services providers.

New Europe Property Investments (NEPI) is an investment fund aiming the acquisition and/or development of the office buildings, commercial centres and industrial facilities, mainly in Romania, where the group is active since its establishment, in 2007.

Ovidiu Sandor is an entrepreneur from Timisoara, well-known nationwide mainly for the development of the project cunoscut City Business Centre Timisoara, the biggest A class office complex outside Bucharest.

The complex is situated in the central part of the city and will include at its completion 5 buildings with 43,000 sq. m rentable area. Currently the buildings A, B, C, and D are in use, on a total rentable area of 34,000 sq. m, with the construction works for the last unit starting this year.

Launched in 1990 in Great Britain, BREEAM (Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Method) is the most relevant certification worldwide for the green buildings.


BREEAM In-Use is a certification scheme for the existing buildings sustainability, analyzing elements such as: day-to-day building management, public transportation access, construction materials, interior comfort, water, waste, energy, pollution and environment. (source: