Green Gate

  • A new ‘class A’ office building that balances international and local building codes.
  • First new base isolated building in Romania.

S Group Holding is developing an A-class office building in sector 5 of Bucharest, on a brown field site at Tudor Vladimirescu Avenue.

For the design of the building, YRM architects were contracted as lead designer, who in turn contracted Arup to carry out the design of structures and services installations for the building. Gardiner & Theobald complete the team as project managers and cost consultants.

The building – 'Green Gate' – will have approximately 31,000m² of lettable area, mostly comprising office use, with some retail use on the ground floor, plus 16,000m² of underground parking.

The highest occupied floor is intended to be below 45m, keeping the building within the limits of a 'high' building. It is intended to allow each floor to be split into up to four tenancies, with independent access and metering. The office floors will be handed over to their tenants as 'shell and core' – with capped supply connection but without internal distribution or equipment.

The letting is expected to be to international tenants, who will expect international standards for office buildings to be met. For this purpose it is intended to follow the indications of the British Council for Offices where appropriate, while adhering to local codes.

Green Gate’s main objective is an economic design, with quality and speed of design and construction as further objectives.


  • Artists impression of Green Gate luxury commerical building, at night. Reproduced with permission of S-Group.Open gallery

    The luxury office building for Bucharest balances international expectations and local building codes.

  • Artists impression of Green Gate luxury commerical building - close up of the main entrance. Reproduced with permission of S-Group.Open gallery

    The building features a base isolation system that will significantly reduce lateral forces in the event of an earthquake.