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PIN MAP IASI: The first business map of Iasi is launched

After a team effort of over half a hear, the team of The PIN Map project announced it is launching the first map of the offices in Iasi - PIN Map Iasi (www.pinmapiasi.ro), within a press conference hosted by Iasi Airport.

2017-05-14 20:24:39

The PIN Map project was realized by the team formed by Dan Zaharia (EXTIND), Adrian Miron (WIRON) and George Turcanasu, lector in the Faculty of Geography and Geology, from the University of Alexandru Ioan Cuza, Iasi.

Printed in 3.000 copies, PIN Map Iasi will be distributed to the main business buildings, hotels, co-working spaces and corporate turism agencies of Iasi. This will be done through a series of business conferences for the IT and Outsourcing industry, with the help of #PINmagazine, at "Alexandru Ioan Cuza" University of Iasi, "Gh. Asachi" Technical University of Iasi, Airport of Iasi, the County Council of Iasi, City hall of Iasi and ITC Euronest cluster.

PIN Map Iasi is the first map of modern business offices of Iasi that includes the initiatives that matter for IT and Outsourcing industry (airport, start-up hubs, conference halls, electric cars charging stations) and the location of future green office buildings.

Iasi has surpassed the stage where the cartography of the office buildings situated here is just a trifle, a move that is being done just to keep up with the other cities that have this tool. The big number of office buildings catalogued, doubled by the appearance of secondary points of interest in the urban area of the city, represent the main reasons for PIN Map to be a categorical cartographic need for Iasi - the only secondary city of Romania that has a product of this amplitude.

Over 100 building with functional offices and projects, industrial and technological parks, hubs, conference centres, universities, cultural centres, commercial spaces, the main IT & Outsourcing companies, electrical charging stations and the most emblematic buildings of Iasi – a total of over 300 geographical objects- are represented in the cartographies proposed by PIN Map Iasi.
This product is not just a collection of maps - PIN Map is made to help businesses and authorities and also to reflect on the development of new industries and on the urbanisation and functional changes of Iasi in the next period.

2017 is a year in which we will witness an interest increase from the investors for the office market from the secondary cities in Romania, which are starting to have the critical mass from the total stock of offices.

Based on the increase in the number of employees from the existing companies (eg. Continental, Arcadis, Amazon, Fortech, ISSCO) and the pressure from the newcomers (eg. CRF Health, Preh Romania, 3Pillar, Autoliv), we assist at the drop in the rate of vacancy of the offices building. There is a group of buildings that can ensure the opening for the high demand of offices, but because of the localisation and size, these are solutions only for a medium and short term.
In Iasi, there are new office buildings announced by the major local investors, Iulius Group and Tester Grup and from the external companies, such as Continental. These new investments and many other points of interest are comprised in PIN Map Iasi.

On this trend of development of the offices market, where the threshold of 235.000 of square meters was overcome, it is essential for the local authorities to position the Iasi city as a green city through adopting fiscal and non-fiscal stimulants for the certification of the new buildings as green buildings even from the project state, which will eventually lead to a sustainable development of the local real-estate market.

An important accelerator for this development is the Iasi International Airport which estimates traffic of approximately 1.200.000 passengers until the end of 2017, without taking into consideration the recently announced routes, only the growth of specific routes traffic. Currently, there are 264 flights weekly on the Iasi Airport.

Simultaneous with the evolution of the airport, the business environment started to grow and foresee new horizons, for the people working in these fields can easily travel abroad. Also, the connection with important economic centres from Europe (Munchen, Koln, Bruxelles, Madrid, Glasgow) creates the opportunity for a big number of foreign investors to develop businesses ]n our region. Also, the internal connections with Bucharest, Cluj-Napoca, Timisoara, Oradea are like a mouth of fresh air for the business environment and companies that work in IT. Companies from these cities are interested to open new offices in Iasi and requests like these have arrived to us even from 2012. The effects of the growth of Iasi Airport are quantified in the local market- there are, for example, connections between the evolution of the Airport and the growth of profit at some of the companies from Iasi. An important element is found in the field of office buildings from Iasi- in 2015, for example, the demands for offices have increased with 60% in comparison with 2014 and seven times more in comparison with 2012. The effects of the Iasi Airport development will be felt even in the following years and only this year we will overcome one million passengers but once with the implementation of the new development plan, which will include cargo infrastructure, we will mobilize even more the local industry and we will contribute to the stimulation of the business environment from Iasi, are declaring the representatives of the Iasi International Airport.


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