Villa Rosetti is a premium project that integrates a completely renovated historic villa with a new office building creating total prime rentable office space of 3,384 sqm above the ground, 240 sqm of beautiful historic brick basement and plenty of terraces and balconies all round.

Situated on the site of a neoclassical villa belonging originally to the Rosetti family, whose architectural style it references, and serving later as the U.S.A. Consulate, Villa Rosetti is an elegant complex made of two buildings connected with a beautiful portico in front of a fountain piazza.

Designed with innovation and flexibility in mind, the project aims to provide a seductive choice both to entrepreneurs who want to locate their business in the heart of Bucharest’s financial and economic life, as well as professionals and executives looking to have their residence in a most central and stylish neighborhood that will soon host one of the most impressive office projects in Romania, “The Landmark.”

The development benefits from underground parking spaces and a full breadth of facilities, including a jacuzzi for the two split-level penthouse apartments.

Designed with innovation and flexibility in mind, the project provides a seductive choice to local entrepreneurs and multinational companies as well as embassies that want to locate their business in the very hart of  Bucharest’s financial and economics life, next to the ” The Landmark”  (www.thelandmark.ro), the recently developed and fully let office project comprising off 3 buildings and a piazza with shops in the middle.

With its premium location adjacent to Lascar Catargiu, the Villa Rosetti Project is ideally situated in terms of access to cultural and economic life and major transportation nodes, so important for the employees commuting between work and home. Access via public transportation is particularly quick, as numerous subway, tram and bus lines are in the closest proximity.

It only takes a few minutes to reach the metro station at Piata Romana square and the bus lines that connect it to Gara de Nord and to virtually every other part of Bucharest. The metro station at Piata Victoriei is also close by, only 5 minutes walking distance.

Coming from Lascar Catargiu Boulevard, you pass by the statue of Vasile Lascar, which marks the entrance to this elegant neighborhood, a focal point of three of the most prestigious arteries of Bucharest: 

  • Lascar Catargiu Boulevard, going North and providing a fast route to the Henri Coanda International Airport; connecting East and West;
  • Dacia Boulevard, with the Academy of Economic Studies, the French Institute and a host of diplomatic mission houses;
  • Calea Dorobantilor, starting at the Howard Johnson Hotel and going North, towards the Calea Floreasca – Barbu Vacarescu business hub.

The Villa Rosetti project consists of two buildings, designed to accomodate prime office space, offering a total of over 3,500 sqm premium space above ground.

Both buildings are facing South-East and have four floors with two penthouses; they rise to a wonderfully dominant height, overlooking this top central area of Bucharest. One of the buildings is a beautifully restored villa built by the prestigious Rosetti family, Phanariot Greeks of Italian origin that gave Romania the literary and political figure of Constantin Alecsandru Rosetti. An eponymous street and central square in Bucharest bear testimony to the importance of this public figure.

The style pays homage to the elegant architecture of the original villa. White awnings on the ground floor and small trees tastefully integrated in the facade, bring in a lively and sunny Mediterranean mood. A graceful colonnade marks the entrance to the patio and unites the buildings, bringing to mind echoes of Renaissance splendor, in perfect harmony with the Italian origin of the Rosetti name. 

In front of the development, a classical terrace* connects the two buildings, creating an enchanting space for social interaction and relaxation. The project also features a cafeteria and a patio, securing a charming and vibrant ambience for the occupiers.

Walking on Povernei Street on a sunny afternoon you might find it surprising that you are right in the city center, a mere 5 minutes walk from the busy Piata Romana Square. It is simply and deliciously quiet and the omnipresent cars are nowhere to be seen. 

A look on the map proves the apparent paradox. You are inside a network of smaller streets, in the centre of the city, yet shunned by the traffic. Villa Rosetti is situated in this beautiful historical district, at 1-3 Povernei, at the junction of three streets: Povernei, Constantin Daniel and I.C. Visarion.

Anything you might ask from a european capital city is here:

  • The area hosts a variety of amenities, as well as art galleries and cultural institutes, to fashionable restaurants and haute couture boutiques or elegant embassy villas and business towers.
  • Green space isn’t missing either. In fact, the area boasts of plenty: for a quick stroll you can go to the charmingly intimate Ioanid Park, situated on Dacia Boulevard across the French Institute, while for an afternoon picnic or if you fancy a walk in the park, you have an option between the larger Kiseleff or Herastrau Parks.