P3, the pan-European investor and developer of logistic properties, relocated its headquarters to Charles de Gaulle Plaza, one of the most iconic office buildings in Bucharest, owned by the German group GLL Real Estate Partners. The analysis and leasing process was assisted by Griffes, the real estate consultancy company founded by Andreea Paun.
P3 leased an area of 230 sqm of office space on the top floor of Charles de Gaulle Plaza building, located in the immediate vicinity of Aviatorilor Metro Station and across the street from Herastrau Park.
“We have chosen Charles de Gaulle Plaza for our new office in Bucharest, because we wanted to be in a representative location, close to our business and partners and clients, but also having an easy access to our properties,” commented Emilia Bocan, Senior Leasing & Development Manager P3 Romania.
P3 builds, owns, develops and manages logistic properties in Europe with over 4 million sqm of leasable area. In Romania, P3 owns 14 buildings and over 100,000 sqm of land for new developments.
“P3 is a player that redefines the concept of industrial space. For their headquarters, the company targeted a remarkable building, both location wise and from an architectural point of view. CDG Plaza provides very fast access to the A1 motorway, where the main property of P3 in Romania is located. Charles de Gaulle Plaza was, thus, the best option, having as a plus a unique view over Herastrau Park,” said Andreea Paun, Managing Partner Griffes.
The building offers excellent visibility for tenants and visitors and, through its central location, great connectivity to all areas of the city.
Charles de Gaulle Plaza is one of the most representative A-class office buildings in Bucharest, with an area of 23,000 sqm of leasable space on 16 floors, plus five levels of underground parking.
The building is owned by the German investment fund GLL Real Estate Partners, active in Europe, the United States of America and Latin America, a fund that manages more than 60 properties in Europe alone worth of over 3 billion euro. In Romania, the fund also owns Floreasca Park and Victoria Center office buildings.