Balcescu 17A is a mixed-use building, housing both commercial type spaces, as well as office spaces. Overall, the building has architectural and functional characteristics that fit perfectly with the business models of SMEs or individual practitioners. With a design model and a concept subsequent to the BOMA normative, Balcescu 17A is a clear and complete indicator of reflecting the quality and efficiency standards for prospective tenants.
Following the model of urban revitalization projects in the ultra-central areas of major European capitals, Balcescu 17A discreetly inserts in the classical architectural style - sometimes art deco of the interwar Bucharest, a modern accent, functional, where it makes place even a very necessary green space, well located, right in front of the building. The development concept provides a degree of protection within the whole area, protecting both architectural values - urban, historic and environment in their entirety: streetscape, build fund, urban character and value.
17A Balcescu building is located right in the center of the city, 3 minutes walking from the intersection of the main traffic axes of Bucharest - North-South and East-West - University Square.
This is the reason why this place is where surface transportation lines from the extremes of the city meet with the North-South Subway line. Also, within a radius of 1000 m (5-8 minute walk) there is a concentration of: seven 4 and 5 star hotels, the National Bank and the headquarters of the largest banks in Romania - Romanian Commercial Bank, the Supreme Court, the Ministry of Agriculture, the Ministry of Labor, the Ministry of Sports, the National Customs Authority, etc. Within a radius of 2000 m (12-14 minute walk) the majority of the national institutions can be found, including the Parliament of Romania, the Ministry of Justice, the Ministry of Finance, the Ministry of Economy, etc.
At the same time, the location is in the heart of the gastronomic and cultural Bucharest - within a radius of 1500 m (10-12 minute walk) there are 5 theaters including the National Theatre (which is across the street), 4 museums including the National Museum of Art, Palace Hall - the largest ballroom in Romania, the Romanian Athenaeum – the headquarters of the Romanian Philharmonic, approx. 400 restaurants and bars 200 of which are amongst the most popular in the historic city center.