Printre chiriasii Liberty Technology Park Cluj se numara IBM, Siemens, Medicover, Iron Mountain, Altran, Majorel.
Think of a place where several companies from the IT&C and R&D industries develop, connect, engage and foster inspiring people and creative ideas in a perpetual flux of innovative development.
This place is Liberty Technology Park Cluj, the first technological park in Romania, a park for creative ideas built in a revolutionary place designed to offer exceptional growth and quality environment for companies in the IT&C and R&D domains, all in one unique area both conceptually and architecturally.
Situated in Cluj-Napoca, the most important city of Transylvania, Liberty Technology Park Cluj will highly benefit from its strategic positioning. Cluj-Napoca offers a thriving habitat and a market opened to all types of businesses.Here are some facts:
Cluj-Napoca & metrics:
449 Km from Bucharest
155 Km from Oradea
163 Km from Sibiu
442 Km from Budapest
3 Facts about Cluj-Napoca:
It’s becoming the Silicon Valley of Romania due to several IT&C and R&D multinationals relocating and opening branches here.
Over 100.000 students enter the universities here each year and it’s the 2nd most important university center in Romania, in 2012 after European standards.
European Youth Capital of 2015.
Liberty Technology Park Cluj in minutes:
International Airport – 15 minutes
Railway Station – 2 minutes
Bus Station – 5 minutes
City Center – 10 minutes
Bike parking place
Parking for guests
Modern telecommunication system
Closed Circuit Television (CCTV)
Building Management System (BMS)
Central heating system supplied by a gas boiler house
Friborg Development, the real estate division of the investment fund Friborg Capital, controlled by Ion Sturza, former prime minister of the Republic of Moldova, is negotiating the sale of Liberty offices project in Cluj-Napoca with the american investment fund White Star Real Estate, according to market data.
Siemens rented 3,000 sq. m offices within the first phase of Liberty Technology Park in Cluj, an office project developed by the investment fund Fribourg Capital, whose president is the businessman Ion Sturza.
Ion Sturza, former prime minister of the Republic of Moldova and former partner of Dinu Patriciu in Rompetrol, inaugurated yesterday the first two buildings of the project Liberty Technology Park Cluj, a total investment of EUR 25 million.
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