The Mark is the name of a new project of an impressive office buildings to be built in the capital, according to Austrian investment fund S IMMO AG.
LOCATED ON THE FUTURE MAIN BOULEVARD, THE MARK LITERALLY LIVES UP TO ITS NAME.
It marks the centre of the new business district.
The elegant 15 stores tower together with the 6 stores Podium will provide a visual reference point across a wide area of the city. It is an urban landmark fixing the location and setting a new standard for superior office buildings in Bucharest.
The Mark will be placed at the intersection with CaleaGriviţei new Uranus boulevard, close to the office hotspot Victoriei Square, and will be a reference point for both the office market landscape of Romania and Bucharest.
THE MARK OFFERS THE PERFECT LOCATION; EASY ACCESSIBLE AND WELL CONNECTED
The location is easily accessible by car. From Calea Grivitei you have a direct access to the underground car park and the additional spaces in the back of the building. A drop-off zone provides a comfortable access by taxi and chauffeur-driven limousines.
Pedestrians enter the buildings from Calea Grivitei and Strada Buzesti (future Uranus Boulevard). The future public square ensures a prestigious plaza for the tower and offers a relaxing zone for your costumers.
The highly secured access system will ensure complete privacy.
Deloitte Romania signed the lease contract and will move its main offices in The Mark building, located near Victoriei Square, in the first half of 2019. Approximately 700 employees who now work in America House office building will occupy the top eight floors leased by Deloitte Romania in the tower, totalling more than 8,500 square meters.
Dentons law firm will move its headquarters in Bucharest, starting 2019, on a new 1,100 square metres space on the seventh floor of The Mark, an office project located on Uranus Boulevard in downtown Bucharest, a project developed by S Immo.
Austrian company S Immo announces a new start date, the first quarter of this year, for the construction of The Mark office project in Grivița area in Bucharest, the EUR 60 million investment being blocked for several years due to difficulties in the real estate market and to the infrastructure works in the area.