In Timișoara, the United Business Center office buildings stand out owing to their innovative architecture, refined interior design details and tenant-oriented functionality. The harmonious integration of the buildings within the cosmopolitan landscape of the area also creates a spectacular esthetic effect.
There are currently three office buildings in operation, while the fourth one is under construction. With a leasable area upwards of 80,000 sqm, the United Business Center office buildings accommodate multinational companies and make up a genuine business district.
The United Business Center class A office buildings are LEED Gold and LEED Platinum certified, providing added value to the environment by optimizing energy consumption and increasing the employees’ quality of life within the workplace.
UBC Timișoara is a benchmark for office developments by virtue of its optimal use of areas for the tenants’ comfort, the high quality finishes, modern ambiance, state-of-the-art technical parameters modern, care for the environment, secured underground parking lot with around-the-clock monitoring, and the variety of services that are readily available in the same place.
The United Business Center buildings in Timișoara are an integral part of the Iulius Town mixed-use project, the largest mixed-use project in the west of Romania, and accommodate 30-plus multinational companies from various industries.
Iulius Town is a space dedicated to shopping, themed restaurants and coffee shops, food court, multiplex movie theater, events and conference center that can accommodate 3,000 people, the largest fitted park in the west of the country, spanning on more than 50,000 sqm, areas dedicated to children, and a parking lot for 4,050 vehicles.
Built following the same principle as the Palas Iași urban complex and Iulius Development Cluj, Iulius Town facilitates a lifestyle in which time is used efficiently and directed towards the activities that truly matter for everyone: family, job, etc.
Timisoara, the largest city in the western part of the country, is over 800 years old, but retains the most recent spirit of the Habsburg Empire. Since then, Timisoara has adopted the innovation: the first public lighting in the monarchy and, later, the first electric tram in Romania. She was visited by Johann Strauss himself the son during the first concert outside Vienna. At the same time, it is the first European city where three state theaters operate in different languages: Romanian, Hungarian and German.
Openness to international culture has continued to this day. Timisoara hosts seven cultural centers: German, French, Italian, British, Romanian-Arabic, Ukrainian and intercultural. The city is also an important university center with over 50,000 students, who teach in the five state universities, in all areas of specialization.
“Traian Vuia” International Airport, the third largest in Romania, connects Timisoara with France, Germany, Italy, the United Kingdom and Spain, by direct flights.
Timisoara is near the borders with Hungary and Serbia. Budapest can be reached by car in three hours, and in Belgrade in only two hours. To Vienna, the car ride takes five hours.