Oracle Romania, Kellogg’s, Metro Digital, BASF, Saint-Gobain, Ursus Breweries, ENI, Lagardere, Regina Maria.
Floreasca Park has been designed to provide a combination of high specification, efficient office space with particular focus on low energy consumption in a pleasant, attractively landscaped plot of 1.5 hectares. The developer’s intention at Floreasca Park is to provide a low-rise, open environment but also in a well located commercial area with good road and public communication infrastructure.Floreasca is one of the few locations in Bucharest that offers excellent road links to the city centre, the main housing areas and the airports. It also has a metro station and both tram and bus networks. There are no immediate neighbours so all space has good natural light, the floor plates are regular shaped and large, varying from 1,800m2 to 3,600m2.
In addition to the accessibility and commercial micro-environment the office space is designed to be energy efficient. There are many ways to be environmentally conscious but the focus at Floreasca Park is on the reduction of energy consumption via practical and sustainable means.
The buildings are designed in accordance with BREEAM recommendations which will ultimately assess Floreasca Park based upon attention to: health and well-being of workers, energy efficiency, transport, use of water, waste treatment, use and sourcing of construction materials, ecological use of the land and pollution.
Floreasca Park is located at the junction of Barbu Văcărescu and Soseaua Pipera, which has just been widened and upgraded. The Aurel Vlaicu metro station is 300 m away and is on the M2 line, just 2 stops to Piaţa Victoriei.
The location allows quick and easy access North to the domestic airport at Băneasa (5 minutes) and to the Henri Coandă international airport (15 minutes).
There are tram stops at Barbu Văcărescu.
There are bus stops at Barbu Văcărescu and at Floreasca Park entrance.
Bike parking place
Locker room including showers
Parking for guests
Storage space in garage
Closed Circuit Television (CCTV)
Storage areas on the underground level
Access control divided into zones
Building Management System (BMS)
Central heating system supplied by a gas boiler house
High quality finishes
Attractive design of common areas
Modern telecommunication system
Audio warning system
Uniform windows blinds
Building provided services
Cleaning windows on the outside
Real estate administration and management
Emergency power supply
UPS power supply
Floreasca Park is the first office development in Bucharest to really embrace meaningful, practical and environmentally focussed energy saving concepts. The main innovations are to the heating and cooling plant which consists of a ground sourced heat pump system and the use of ground water cooling (without chemical coolants) for server rooms.
These low carbon technologies include:
– Ground coupled ventilation system, ground water IT cooling and night cooling.
– ‘A’ rated energy performance monitoring according to BREEAM and BMS monitoring of all energy consuming systems.
– Energy efficient miconic lifts.
– Energy efficient external LED lighting.
– Facade shading fins and high quality glazing to reduce internal heat gains.
The combination of all the above items will bring significant savings in the amount of electricity used and therefore reduce the total costs of electricity in the buildings up to 40%. The systems adopted in Floreasca Park will drastically reduce the level of consumption.
The ground sourced heat pump system is made up of a series of underground tubes which sit 120 metres below ground level around the building.
The ground source heat pump system is made up of approximately 70 wells in which there are 4 pipes, spaced around the building and under the bio-park. The water in the tubes is naturally heated by the mass of the Earth which is then fed back up to the heating and cooling system. In effect, it is way of storing warm water which then needs less energy to be heated up to the required temperature at the plant room.
The facade module and glazing system has been designed on the southern and western facades in order to reduce solar gain into the office space, which in turn will reduce the need to cool the workplace. On most facades there are shear walls which are necessary structural elements of the buildings. There are no cross-bracing supports often found in Bucharest office buildings which limit the use of space and block the facade. In addition, there are vertical fins on the western facades which is another non-mechanical solution for reducing heat gains and improving the internal environment.
Some of these cookies are essential, while others help us to improve your experience by providing insights into how the site is being used.
Accept Recommended Settings
Necessary cookies enable core functionality such as page navigation and access to secure areas. The website cannot function properly without these cookies, and can only be disabled by changing your browser preferences.
Analytical cookies help us to improve our website by collecting and reporting information on its usage.
We use marketing cookies to help us improve the relevancy of advertising campaigns you receive.
Social Sharing Cookies
We use some social sharing plugins, to allow you to share certain pages of our website on social media.