Afi Park 1

Bucharest, District 6, 4 Vasile Milea Street

Building description

AFI Park 1 has been inaugurated in September 2012. The GBA of 20,000 m², GLA of 12,250 m² and the occupancy rate is 100%. AFI Park 1 is the first office building in Romania to obtain the LEED Gold Core & Shell Certification.

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AFI Park 1 is excellently located on the Western submarket. The location is currently seen as one of the future business districts of the city due to it easy connection with the CBD through the recently inaugurated Basarab Overpass. The location is well served all type of public transportation facilities, Politehnica metro station being only 5 minutes walking distance. The building is adjacent to AFI Palace Cotroceni, one of the largest shopping centres in the country. The access to the both airports is straightforward, being reachable in 20-25 minutes depending on day time and traffic. In the vicinity of the building there are a wide range of restaurants as well as hotels: JW Marriott, Parliament Hotel, and Ibis Hotel.

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Building information

  • Building status Existing
  • Total building space 20 000 m²
  • Parking ratio 1 / 100 sq m
  • Green building certification LEED - gold
  • Building completion date September 2012
  • Total net rentable office space in building 12 250 m²
  • Number of parkings 150


  • ATM
  • Bank
  • Cafes and restaurants
  • Cinema
  • Close to hotel
  • Close to retail gallery
  • Fitness Club
  • Flower shop
  • Parking nearby
  • Pharmacy
  • Shops
  • Travel Agency

Standard fit-out

  • Air conditioningAir conditioning
  • Raised floorRaised floor
  • Suspended ceilingSuspended ceiling
  • Power cablingPower cabling
  • Smoke detectorsSmoke detectors
  • CarpetingCarpeting
  • ReceptionReception
  • SecuritySecurity
  • Fibre opticsFibre optics
  • SwitchboardSwitchboard
  • ElevatorsElevators

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