Ameropa, Boehringer Ingelheim, DLA Piper, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), Orkla Foods Romania, Parexel International, Queisser Pharma, Veraltis, Renomia RBA Insurace Broker, Tupperware, IDLogistics, I Care Optic, Econergy, Embassy of Belgium
METROPOLIS CENTER is a unique office building, being the only successful reconversion of a historical building into a modern class A office building in Bucharest.
The mix between the heritage and the high technical specs, industrial with urban, functionality with design make the building immensely tenant and people friendly.
Close to everything: the highly accessible location of the city center, makes it a great place for blending both professional endeavors, as well as walks to Calea Victoriei, Calea Dorobanti or even Kisseleff Park.
Metropolis has plenty of breathing space with 1,500 sqm of piazza in the front of the building to benefit people interactions, outdoor lunches or breaks from the office desk.
Metropolis Center is located not far from the Romanian Government headquarters and close to embassies and offices of large corporations. The building is near Public Transportation: Subway: Metro Piata Victoriei / Metro Stefan cel Mare / Metro Piata Romana
PPF Real Estate’s two office buildings in central Bucharest - Crystal Tower and Metropolis - are now running partially on solar power after their rooftops were successfully converted into photovoltaic sites.
PPF Real Estate, developer and investor with real estate assets exceeding two point five billion euros globally, reaffirms its long term commitment to the Romanian market and invests over almost 1 million EUR in Metropolis Center, for the redesign of the ground floor and ongoing works for the plaza located just outside the building.
PPF Real Estate, a leading developer and investor with property assets exceeding EUR 2 billion globally, has appointed Mirela Ciovică, a seasoned real estate expert, as Head of Leasing for its properties in Romania.
The Czech investment fund PPF Real Estate has entered on the Romanian market through the acquisition of the office building Metropolis Center from Austrian real estate developer Soravia, for an undisclosed sum.
The local subsidiary of Austrian real estate developer Soravia Group has completed a EUR 1.5 million investment in the conversion of the Starlight Suites hotel in Bucharest into office space, the company announced today. The hotel was located on the grounds of Metropolis Center, an office and retail project Soravia opened in 2009.
Starlight Suites hotel, included in Metropolis Center complex in Bucharest will be transformed into an office building. The reconversion will be handled by the real estate consultancy company CBRE Romania, the project & cost manager designated for this process.
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