Romanian Real Estate News – 24/03/23

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The cheapest rents recorded in the Romanian capital are in the districts of Berceni, Ghencea, Drumul Taberei and Giurgiului, the Bucharest Rent Barometer reveals, according to the real estate platform, imobiliare.NET. At the opposite pole, the highest rates are in the discticts of Pipera, Aviatiei and Floreasca.


Romania’s main airports have investment projects worth above EUR530 million underway while investments of above EUR400 million will be shortly carried out in critical aviation infrastructure, amid rising passenger flows, Ziarul Financiar reported citing an ONV LAW analysis.


In 2022 Romania saw limited deliveries of new modern retail projects, as only 77,000 square meters were added to the overall existing retail surface, which is about half the initially estimated delivery and a substantial decrease from the 102,000 square meters recorded in 2021, according to the 2022 annual report published by Colliers.