This complex project involved the acquisition of two buildings in Bucharest, with a total value exceeding 15 million Euros.
”We are pleased to collaborate with the “Carol Davila” University of Medicine and Pharmacy and we are happy that we could internally support this broad approach to develop the material base, which supports the needs of medical education and research. This commitment has been reflected in all stages of our collaboration, even though the project involved two separate transactions for two separate buildings with different owners. The workload practically doubled, yet so did the satisfaction. Our team has worked intensively over the past few months to provide our clients with the right locations for which they needed to meet series of demanding criteria, tailored to the needs of medical education and research buildings. Yes, it has been a considerable effort, but nothing brings us more fulfilment than knowing that we have been able to support an important endeavor in the development and support of medical education and research.”, says Oana Popescu, Head of Residential at Crosspoint Real Estate.
“The process of identifying suitable buildings for scientific research and medical education has been a significant challenge, given the need for modern and functional space as well as strategic accessibility. These two acquisitions underline the commitment of the “Carol Davila” University of Medicine and Pharmacy to advance medical research in Romania and Eastern Europe as well as to provide an environment appropriate to current educational needs, thus contributing to the promotion of quality higher education and bringing significant benefits in the training of future medical professionals.”, adds Simona Urse, Associate Director Office Agency at Crosspoint Real Estate.