Ubisoft Bucharest announced its plans to relocate in 2021 to a new office building, within Portland Trust’s J8 Office Park project located in the Jiului area.
The video gaming industry is transforming in terms of new technology. Ubisoft wants to lead the entertainment industry by expanding both in numbers and expertise. In order to grow and integrate new trends, the company needs to create the best work environment, an important element in attracting and motivating top talents.
“After 15 years of partnership with Dageco, which supported us in offering to our employees a nice and comfortable environment, we need to go one step forward. We asked Portland Trust to build our future headquarters, ensuring the best climate for our growing teams’ needs and creativity. At the same time we are creating a space of more than of 750 square meters dedicated to our educational programs, like Ubisoft Coding Campus, for students who are preparing for a career in the video gaming industry”, declares Sebastien Delen, Managing Director Ubisoft Bucharest.
Country Head of Portland Trust, Florin Furdui, added: ”We are creating a future headquarters in line with our partner’s needs with no compromise on design, technology or sustainability, incorporating some new and fresh concepts in office design. In line with our vision for a clean environment, J8 Office Park will feature the highest standards of energy efficiency and sustainability, aiming to obtain the BREEAM Excellent accreditation.”
Ubisoft Bucharest will occupy approximately 30,000 square meters space within J8 Office Park, situated in close proximity of Jiului Metro station.
The new office is designed to provide an improved working experience for employees encouraging a healthy and sustainable lifestyle. The building will provide multiple facilities, including a bigger private gym, a larger cafeteria and dedicated relaxation and gaming corners on each floor. It will also offer green space for private use, improved parking area with vehicle recognition technology, charging stations for electric cars and bicycle racks.