AN ARCHITECTURAL JEWELERY PART OF AFI VICTORIEI PLAZA
Exquisitely harmonizing the neoclassical, baroque and art nouveau, Oromolu House, built in 1927 by Mihai Oromolu, governor of The National Bank, was ruined in the Second World War, and despite subsequent renovations, never regained its former grandeur, that is until it was expertly integrated into this landmark development.

Restored to its former glory, this historic villa is the jewel and one of the most representative constructions from the city center of Bucharest. A beautiful gift to the city of Bucharest, this powerful architectural statement reminds visitors that the past, the present and the future can live in harmony.

OROMOLU HOUSE FLOOR PLANS

OROMOLU HOUSE 1st FLOOR

Rent space: 328,99 sm

OROMOLU HOUSE UNDERGROUND FLOOR

Rent space: 296,45 sm

OROMOLU HOUSE GROUND FLOOR

Rent space: 263,04 sm

OROMOLU HOUSE ATTIC

Rent space: 187 sm