Vespasian 9 is a building located in the central part of Bucharest, in between Calea Plevnei (50 meters) and Dinicu Golescu Boulevard, on Vespasian Street.
The building is placed at 500 meters from the new business district Grozavesti-Orhideea, the Basarab Passage and Carrefour Orhideea, respectively at 500 meters from Gara de Nord railway station.
The vicinities of the building are mixed, including new or recently completed office buildings, Sector 6 City Hall, the Superior Council of Magistracy, the Central Military Hospital, retail (Carrefour, Kaufland, IDM), Grozavesti University Campus, Gara de Nord railway station etc.
The car access is very good, being made from Calea Plevnei, a major boulevard with 2 lanes each way. Vespasian Street is a one-way street, with car traffic going from Calea Plevnei towards Dinicu Golescu Boulevard (Gara de Nord).
The public transport is very well developed and includes Gara de Nord metro at 8 minutes walking distance, Basarab metro (10 minutes), Grozavesti metro (15 minutes) and Eroilor metro (15 minutes). The area is also provided with all the above-ground public transport, including bus, trolley bus and tram stops in 2-5 minutes walking distance from the building.
Vespasian 9 is a building with offices to let, completed in 2000, developed along lower ground floor, ground floor, two upper floors and attic. The building has a total of 465 sq m usable area, with aprox. 90-100 sq m per floor, being provided with 3 balconies on the 1st and 2nd floors.
The property was used by advertising production and IT&C companies, being ready to accommodate occupiers with above-average power consumption (installed electrical power of 127 KW) and up to 40-60 offices. (Cabling, server room etc.).