Skanska has welcomed the first tenant for its Green Court Bucharest office project in Bucharest, Romania. The French based multinational corporation Schneider Electric leased an office space of 3,100 sqm in the first building of Green Court Bucharest. Colliers International mediated the transaction.
“We are pleased to announce that Schneider Electric Romania has become first tenant of Green Court Bucharest. We would like to thank Schneider Electric Romania for choosing our project as its new HQ in Romania. The fact that Schneider is the global specialist in energy management and a world leader in energy efficiency is very close to Skanska’s values, underlining our dedication to sustainable development,” said Marcin Łapiński, President Skanska Property Romania.
“We chose Green Court Bucharest building to be our new headquarter, as the project developed by Skanska meets all our green buildings commitments and requirements. The project is designed in line with the latest office trends, will be LEED Gold certified, providing us, as tenants, the highest levels of comfort, an energy efficient workspace and access to a relaxing courtyard. We are very pleased to finding in Skanska a very professional and trustable partner, as Skanska is one of the world’s leading project development and construction groups,” commented Florentina Totth, Country President Schneider Electric Romania.
The relocation of Schneider Electric to Skanska Green Court Bucharest is the first office leasing transaction signed in Floreasca – Barbu Vacarescu area since the beginning of 2014.
Green Court Bucharest, the first office project developed by Skanska in Romania, will be completed in three phases, with the first building (19,500 sqm GLA) to be delivered in October 2014.
Green Court Bucharest is developed using green technologies and sustainable solutions such as the energy efficient façade which reduces the solar heat gains, the enhanced fresh air flow rate for a healthier working environment, the energy efficient lighting systems equipped with motion and intensity sensors or the charging stations for electrical cars.
The project will be LEED Gold certified.