Urban & Regional Transport Hub

Very good accessibility is one of Coresi Business Park’s key selling points. Numerous and various transportation means link the office campus to the rest of the city:

  • Proximity to the main railway station and bus interchange
  • Great network of local public transportation: 8 (trolley) bus lines on nearby 13 December street, 9 (trolley) bus lines at the railway station
  • Direct connection to the new Brasov ring road and newly built road infrastructure north of the site

With an ever improving infrastructure, Brasov will be linked to Bucharest, as well as to Romania’s western border through a planned motorway, due to be finalized around 2020. Ghimbav international Airport is expected in 2016, practically erasing the barriers between Brasov and Western Europe’s major business hubs.

Adding to its ever-enhanced accessibility, Brasov also provides one of the most generous metropolitan areas, complementing the mixed social and business urban landscape of the city’s downtown with modern industrial and warehouse facilities, just a few kilometers away from the Coresi District.