The project & the developer
urban regeneration project in Romania
An emblematic project in Brasov that respects the past, improves the present and builds the future.
Opening of the aircraft factory
The history of the platform begins in 1925 with the opening of the aircraft factory. For two decades it produces some of the most innovative fighter planes of the time including the I.A.R. 80, used in World War II.
State Metallurgical Enterprise
The Russian occupation radically changes the platform's story. In 1947, the Autonomous Regia I.A.R. was abolished and the plant was transformed into the State Metallurgical Enterprise.
Tractor Plant Brasov
A year later, in 1948, the State Metallurgical Enterprise became Uzina Tractorul Brasov and the aircraft factory became a production unit for agricultural machinery.
Industrial past meets offices of the future
In 2007 the plant is closed and goes into liquidation, and the auction for the sale of the platform is prepared. The real estate company Flavus Investments buys the platform, following an auction in which seven companies applied, and the conversion of the space into a business campus begins.
Modern class A office space
In the following years, the old factory buildings are undergoing an extensive process of renovation and conversion into modern Class A office space. The exterior architecture is preserved as a form of respect for the old functions of the area. At the same time, in 2012 Ceetrus (called Immochan at the time) acquires the platform and continues the urban regeneration process for the whole area, integrating mixed functions on a total area of 120 hectares.
CEETRUS acquires the office project and integrates it into the Coresi district
In July 2017, Ceetrus (called Immochan at the time) acquires the office project and integrates the 40,000 square meters GLA in Cartier Coresi, a large urban regeneration project, emblematic of the company's new vision. Ascenta developers become strategic partners of the project.
Coresi Business Campus
March 2019 marks a major milestone in the Coresi Business Campus project, with the completion of construction of building H1, part of phase three of the development. The H1 building has an area of 15,000 square meters and the investment in its construction totaled €14 million.
A sustainable project, BREEAM "Very Good" certified
Coresi Business Campus is proof that inspiring projects transcend generations in a responsible way.
The conversion of the 26,000 sqm industrial site into modern office space came with pleasant surprises:
Buildings in the first and second phases of development have been BREEAM certified - level "Very Good", and the H1 building in phase three is entering the certification process.
The project provides the city and the region with 20,000 square meters of outdoor green space, seating areas and Class A offices.
Thousands of jobs have been created in Brasov by attracting top companies to the project.
With the completion of the H1 building in phase three of the development, preparations have begun for phase four of the project. This new phase will see the construction of two office buildings (U1 and H2) with a modern design, Class A facilities and a leasable area of 25,000 square metres.
for the business community
We have listened to the needs of the community of partners and the residents of the Coresi district, and a co-working space and a conference area are about to open. They will have a total area of 1,300 square metres and will be located on the ground floor of the H1 building.
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Urban regeneration continues
in Cartier Coresi
After the development of retail spaces (Coresi Shopping Resort), apartment buildings (Coresi Avantgarden) and office spaces, the iconic Hangar will be revitalized. The definition of new functions relevant to the Coresi neighbourhood community is a priority for CEETRUS.