The Ministry of EU funds (MFE) decided to cancel the procedure of contract attribution for renting a new office because “there were presented only non-agreeably and unacceptable offers,“ according to Agerpres.
European Funds Ministry will relocate from Tower Centre International building in Victoriei Square from Bucharest, owned by the businessman Ioannis Papalekas, as its lease agreement expired in the end of last year. The new headquarters of the institution will be the Parliament Building in Bucharest.
Greek business man Ioannis Papalekas borrowed EUR 30 million from BCR to refinance office building Tower Center International (TCI). The building counts Hidroelectrica and the Ministry of European Funds among its tenants, writes ZF.
The Ministry of European Funds nearly doubled the surface it’s currently renting in Tower Centre International, the office building owned by Ioannis Papalekas. The ministry rented nearly 3,900 square meters last year for EUR 1 million per year.
Globalworth, a company founded by the Greek businessman Ioannis Papalekas, listed on the AIM market at London Stock Exchange, will complete in six months the full taking over the Bucharest office building.