AFI Tech Park is currently under construction aiming to open Phase A in Q2, 2018. The park is developed in close proximity to the J.W. Marriott Hotel and the Romanian Parliament and will offer 50,000 sqm GLA of Class A offices.
The project will comprise of 2 low rise office buildings and one office tower, surrounded with ample green areas, added to an IT&C/Campus style environment in an urban complex with a central plaza & gardens. AFI Tech Park benefits from the Vulcan Retail Park (hypermarket and shops), located across the street, and from Liberty Shopping Mall situated at only 250 meters from the project.
AFI Tech Park will be built in 3 phases, with A and B which feature 2 buildings of P+8 floors (2 underground levels for each building), both facing Progresului Boulevard, while phase C comprises of an office building of 14 floors.
Phase A of the project – AFI TECH PARK 1 – is scheduled to be delivered in 2017, offering 22,000 sqm GLA of office space, efficiently spread over 8 above ground floors serviced by 2 underground parking levels. The Class A building is providing high technical standards, expansion options and all amenities for its future tenants.
In addition, Building A will have approximately 2,000 sqm of retail area located at the ground floor. The commercial space will be occupied by a supermarket, fitness club, restaurant, and more, offering a series of services to the employees, in order to have immediate access to all of them.
The complex and the surrounding retail facilities, provide the perfect combination of business and personal lifestyle, a work environment which meets a modern way of living sought after by the IT generation (“Generations Y and Z”) and an all in one efficient, time saving immediate location.
AFI TECH PARK manages to answer the expanding needs of IT&C companies in Romania by offering a suitable space in terms of technical specifications accompanied by required expansion options.
The typical floor spreads on an area of 2,800 sqm, specially designed for large floor plate occupiers such as BPO’s, back office operations from the IT&C and financial services, direct, or outsourced operators.