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Major IT firm Endava to relocate offices from western to southern Bucharest

Endava, a British company specialized in providing software solutions and IT services, has rented 12,500 sqm of offices in the U Center Campus office project (pictured) in the Bucharest’s Tineretului area, near Tineretului subway station.

Endava currently operates in western Bucharest in the AFI Park office project, next to AFI Cotroceni mall. Endava’s Bucharest office has expanded rapidly in recent years becoming one of the company’s largest delivery centers, explained Roxana Cîrcu, Delivery Unit Manager Endava Bucharest.

The local office currently employs over 800 and the team needs a common space to carry out its activity. The U Center Campus project is developed by Forte Partners, one of the most active Romanian developers (controlled by the brothers Jabra and Geo Mărgescu).

Forte started work on this project in August. U Center Campus is one of the few modern office projects in the southern part of Bucharest, where it competes directly with Vastint’s Timpuri Noi Square project.

The deal with Endava is the second big contract Forte Partners has announced lately, after a transaction with American coworking space operator WeWork for 8,000 sqm in the Matei Millo office project developed near the Telephone Palace on Calea Victoriei.

The U Center Campus, a EUR 200 million project, will be developed in two stages, the first of which will be completed in 2021. The total leasable area of the project will be 63,000 sqm.

(Photo courtesy of the company)

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Major IT firm Endava to relocate offices from western to southern Bucharest

Endava, a British company specialized in providing software solutions and IT services, has rented 12,500 sqm of offices in the U Center Campus office project (pictured) in the Bucharest’s Tineretului area, near Tineretului subway station.

Endava currently operates in western Bucharest in the AFI Park office project, next to AFI Cotroceni mall. Endava’s Bucharest office has expanded rapidly in recent years becoming one of the company’s largest delivery centers, explained Roxana Cîrcu, Delivery Unit Manager Endava Bucharest.

The local office currently employs over 800 and the team needs a common space to carry out its activity. The U Center Campus project is developed by Forte Partners, one of the most active Romanian developers (controlled by the brothers Jabra and Geo Mărgescu).

Forte started work on this project in August. U Center Campus is one of the few modern office projects in the southern part of Bucharest, where it competes directly with Vastint’s Timpuri Noi Square project.

The deal with Endava is the second big contract Forte Partners has announced lately, after a transaction with American coworking space operator WeWork for 8,000 sqm in the Matei Millo office project developed near the Telephone Palace on Calea Victoriei.

The U Center Campus, a EUR 200 million project, will be developed in two stages, the first of which will be completed in 2021. The total leasable area of the project will be 63,000 sqm.

(Photo courtesy of the company)

[email protected]

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For a decade, Romania Insider has been your platform of choice for reliable information on all things Romania. We have always been proud of our ability to bring you bias-free reporting but this hasn't always been easy. We have been thinking about making some changes and can't imagine doing this without your feedback.
For this, we would appreciate it very much if we could borrow 2 minutes of your day to fill out this survey. 
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