Oslo is a class A office building, with a unique courtyard concept, with high quality finishes, which encourage freedom of movement, interdepartmental communication and continuous team expansion, suitable for companies in the fields of IT, BPO, Call Center, research & development, banking, professional services, auto and pharma. The building is under construction, estimated for delivery in Q2 2021. The architecture, structure and location represent the perfectly adapted approach to current trends, integrating workspace standards with the unique and specific vision of each company.
Oslo building will have 6 floors (5 operable floors and a technical one), with leasable areas on the floor ranging from 1,070 to 2,020 sqm. The ratio between the leasable area and the net leasable area (known as add-on factor) is only 5%, the lowest level on the local market. Office areas will have rectangular shapes for maximum flexibility and to neutralize unused areas. In addition, the building is in the process of obtaining the BREEAM Excellent certification.
Oslo is part of the Sema Parc master plan, the largest urban reconversion project in Bucharest. The project involves a real estate development of approximately 41 hectares and a total built area of about 1 million square meters. The largest share is represented by the office segment with 54% of the total built (526,800 square meters), followed by the residential segment with 32% (305,200 square meters). Commercial and recreational spaces will occupy 10% of the total built (93,500 square meters), and the hotel segment is estimated at 2% (21,300 square meters).
Oslo is provided with ideal accessibility and connectivity to the city's infrastructure. The Petrache Poenaru subway station is located right at the entrance of the building, whereas access can also be easily reached by bus or tram. The Sema Parc complex is 8 minutes away from Piata Victoriei, 13 minutes by car from Piata Unirii and has in the immediate vicinity Basarab Pass, another node that connects important routes in Bucharest.
M1 subway line (Petrache Poenaru station): 1 min.
601 bus (Semanatoarea station): 1 min.
41 tram (Pod Ciurel station): 10 min.
Bike parking place
Locker room including showers
Parking for guests
Retail gallery nearby
Public transport accessibility
High quality finishes
Modern telecommunication system
Access control divided into zones
Building Management System (BMS)
Closed Circuit Television (CCTV)
Attractive design of common areas
Individual energy consumption meters
Building provided services
Real estate administration and management
Cleaning windows on the outside
Accessibility for disabled people
Main power supply
Additional power supply from generator
UPS power supply
Auxiliary power supply
The architectural layout of the building has been designed to allow maximum natural light, high-efficiency and flexibility in future space partitioning.
Excellent building quality, undergoing the BREEAM Excellent certification process;
Green spaces arranged on the entire project land;
Natural space rendered to public pedestrian traffic;
Pedestrian space for outdoor activities, promenades or leisure;
LED sources provide a superior lightening system with low power consumption;
Lower energy consumption for lighting and air conditioning;
A sophisticated VRV system, opposed to the classic chiller/boiler plant solution;
Water consumption reduction and management for the entire building;
EV charging station;
Lockers with showers and toilets in order to support alternative mobility.