Carol Davila University has completed the purchase of the Quest boutique building, located in central-eastern Bucharest.

The acquisition of this modern building, built last year, represents a significant step in achieving the long-term goals of the Institute for Research and Development in Genomics (ICDG). This will allow the development of the laboratories necessary to carry out and derive value from basic and applied research activities in the field of omic sciences. The building, with a GBA of 4,500 square meters, has state-of-the-art spaces and will be designed to house the national genomics infrastructure, thus strengthening the position of the “Carol Davila” University of Medicine and Pharmacy in the field of medical research in Romania.

The building has 8 floors and two underground levels offering 38 parking spaces. It was chosen following a rigorous assessment process that involved strict requirements for the architectural design and state-of-the-art technical equipment necessary for genomics research.

“This transaction represents an important step for the progress of medicine and medical research in Romania and we are proud to be part of this project, the development of the Institute for Research and Development in Genomics.”, states Simona Urse, Associate Director, Office Agency, within Crosspoint Real Estate.

“We are honored by the collaboration with the “Carol Davila” University of Medicine and Pharmacy and we are happy that we were able to participate in the development of a new research center of such magnitude in Bucharest, being aware of the positive impact it will have both on the scientific progress and the community.”, said Oana Popescu, Head of Residential at Crosspoint Real Estate.

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