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IRIDE Business Park
Bucharest

The need for quality facilities for the growth of business in Bucharest has resulted in the development of a major business park on the northern outskirts of the City.

IRIDE Business Park was acquired in March 2000 and to date a number of major multinational and national companies have their facilities in the Park. At the present time 8,800sqm of offices together with 13,000sqm of light industrial facilities are developed and occupied. A further 22,600sqm of offices and 2,500sqm of industrial facilities are under construction to be delivered to pre-let tenants during 2003. All of the facilities are to international standards comparable with similar parks in Western Europe.

The business park is located on a prime site, and benefits from its close proximity to the city center and the capital's international airport. A further advantage is formed by optimal connections to the public transportation system.

The list of current tenants on the Park indicates the strong demand for the premises and location. The following are already in occupation or have committed for buildings under construction: Xerox, Equant, Raiffeisen Bank, Moeller Electric, S&D Chemicals, Nestle, Whirlpool, Otto Publications, JTI, Alcon Pharmaceuticals, Wella, YKK, Advantage Software, Medicare, Chio, Labelon, Catering Partners, RX Atelier, Holsag.

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