Mic.ro, Bet Cafe Arena, ILearn, OBI, Agricover Group
The Cubic Center is a striking new office building in the flourishing district of Pipera, in North Bucharest. The landmark building provides 27,000 sq m of contemporary office space within a state-of-the-art environment.
The Cubic Center is located in the rapidly developing commercial area of Pipera in Northern Bucharest, which has received the largest private and public investment volumes in Bucharest over the past years. Neighbouring Barbu Vacarescu Street provides rapid access to Bucharest city centre and to Brasov in the North of the country, making Pipera a perfect location for successful international brands such as Vodafone, Toyota, Porsche, Roche, HP and HBC/ Coca Cola amongst others.
Key Surrounding Occupiers are:
Metro Group, LeasePlan, Samas, Beres
Renault Group, BCR/Erste Bank, BMS
HBC, Coca-cola, Ford
Renault Group, Metro Group
Softwin, Samsung, GMG World Media
Orange, Raiffeisen Bank, Cosmote, Genpact, Roche Nestle, P&G, Washington Group
Alcatel Lucent, Gecad/Microsoft, Beko, Domo, Dial Telecom
OMV Petrom, Raiffeisen Bank, Eni, Snamprogetti, Quintles, Cofidis
HP, Ringier, Kraft, GarantiBank
RBS, PWC, Colgate, Palmolive
Oracle, ABB, Xerox, Holcim, BASF, Honeywell, DHL, L’Oreal, Abbott, Agip, Regus
The area is serviced by metro and is only four stops away from Piata Romana and the main train station of Gara de Nord. The Cubic Center shuttle bus service will be available from the metro and tram stations to the building. The trams 16 and 36 and several buses stop nearby.
The Pipera district benefits from its close proximity to the Baneasa and Henri Coanda international airports linking Bucharest to all the major cities in Europe. In addition, the future A3 motorway will provide quick access to the North of Romania and to the highway network of the EU.
Cubic Center office building, developed by the businessman Dinu Patriciu, was taken over by Alpha Bank, in the account of its debts. The building is 31 pct. occupied, tenants including Agricover, Promidea, Nexte Bank, Patria Credit and Luatel.
The outsourcing company Luatel (with activities on the markets in Brazil, Germany and Romania) is renting 860 sq. m in Cubic Center from Pipera, a building included in Liberty Management’s portfolio, with the support of Crosspoint Real Estate.