TO LET / FOR SALE
Office space to let at the border of the central area of Bucharest, in Cotroceni area, in a mixed project located on 1 Progresului Street, District 51 Progresului Street, Eroilor - Cotroceni, Bucharest
One Cotroceni Park is one of the largest mixed-use real-estate projects in Bucharest, developed on a 58,000 sq m site at the limit of the central area, in Cotroceni area, across of the Military Academy.
The project spreads in between Progresului Street and Sergent Nutu Ion Street, across of the new metro station Academia Militara, at a distance of 600 meters from Cotroceni Palace (Romanian President).
One Cotroceni Park is placed adjacent to razoare crossroad, the meeting point of 6 major boulevards that provide direct links towards the central area (Eroilor Boulevard), western area (Timisoara Boulevard, Drumul Taberei – Drumul Sarii), north (Geniului Boulevard – Basarab Bridge) and south (Progresului Road, Panduri Road).
The public transport includes direct underground access to Academia Militara metro station (M6 new line) and a generous number of bus and tram lines / stops placed in the immediate proximity (2-5 minutes walking).
One Cotroceni Park includes 3 office buildings and 9 residential towers with 800 apartments, served by a retail area totalling 20,000 sq m, large green areas and exclusively underground parking.
The office buildings are L-shape linked and account for a total of 74,809 sq m GBA, out of which 65,432 sq m GLA, being developed along 3 underground levels (parking), ground floor (retail) and 9-11 floors. The floor area varies in between 2,294 sq m and 8,536 sq m, allowing single-floor large office occupiers.
The offices have top A-class specifications, such as floor to ceiling height of 3 meters, BMS, suspended ceiling with sound proofing, raised floor, HVAC, sprinklers, open-able windows, roof top gardens, bicycles facilities (parking, showers and locker rooms) etc., the project being planned to be LEED Platinum and WELL certified.
The 1st phase (36,591 sq m GLA) was delivered in 2021, with the 2nd phase (28,841 sq m GLA) being announced for completion in H2 2022.