TELUS International rents another 3,000 sqm in AFI Park

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AFI Europe Romania has leased 3,000 sqm of expansion space to Canadian TELUS International in AFI Park 4&5 office building, thus reaching a 70 percent occupancy rate, a press release informs on Tuesday. TELUS International already occupies 5 floors in AFI Park 3.

“(…) With this new addition to AFI Park 4&5, we are getting closer to leasing out the building and achieving a 100 percent occupancy rate in the entire AFI Park office project,” David Hay, CEO, AFI Europe Romania said.

Thus, TELUS International will join important companies in the new buildings such as Cameron, SII Romania, ORTEC Central & Eastern Europe, FotoNation a TESSERA company and VEEAM Software in the newest office building of the award winning project AFI Park.

AFI Park 4&5 (32,000 sqm) represents the 4th phase of AFI Park, the newest and most advanced office project in Bucharest that consists of 5 Class A office buildings totaling 70,000 sqm of GLA. The office development, linked to AFI Palace Cotroceni shopping mall (82,000 GLA), is spread over 12 floors of offices served by 2 underground parking levels and a ground floor that hosts retail spaces.

The two buildings are constructed according to specific tenant’s space planning and electromechanical requirements, including all the excellent technical specifications appreciated by the IT&C and BPO companies, such as a floor plate of 3,000 sqm, significant natural light, electricity and HVAC design are developed according to tenant’s work stations requirements, an option for LED lighting in the office space and increased fresh air to open space units.

All the buildings in the business park are built to be sustainable green buildings having LEED Gold Certification. The tenants in AFI Park 4&5 benefit of an estimated 40 percent reduction of energy consumption and water use compared to a regular office building.

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