The Barbu Vacarescu-Floreasca Area developed during the financial crisis

Bucharest's Business District Moves In The Wake Of EUR600M Investments. What’s Next?

11.07.2014 By Cristi Moga

On an area of less than one km around subway station Aurel Vlaicu, real estate investors have erected and continue to develop office buildings where 40,000 people may eventually work. Two of the investors, South-African Martin Slabbert and Greek Ioannis Papalekas, want to control this area that, until the crisis onset, was just a grey spot on Bucharest’s map from a real estate point of view.

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