Award-winning video game developer and publisher Funcom, responsible for hits like The Secret World, The Longest Journey, and Conan Exiles, is expanding to Bucharest, Romania. The Norwegian-based company has leased out a 1,300 square foot office space in America House, the iconic multi-use building located in Victoria Square.
“Funcom entered very recently the Romanian market and was looking for a central, highly visible, and prominent class A office space with ample amenities and metro access,” said David Hay, founder, and CEO of ADD Value Management SRL, which owns America House. “With its generous pedestrian area and outdoor terraces, various restaurants and cafes, a high-performance Word Class gym, other retail amenities, bike facilities and ESG initiative like BREEAM in Use Outstanding certification process and Net Emission goals setting, America house fits the needs and expansion targets of a fast-growing IT multinational like Funcom and its employees and their set of values.”
The 28,806 square foot building maintains retail spaces, 368 parking places, 14 charging stations for electric cars, and three bike rooms with racks for 60 bicycles.
Among the buildings notable tenants are Starbucks, Fru Fru, McDonald’s, Gram Bistro restaurant, Noodle Pack, Dabo, Dr. Max Pharmacy, and an Eco Fresh Laundromat.
(All information was provided by Business Review)