The audit company will occupy an area of 7,000 sqm, double the size of the site it occupied in its previous Bucharest headquarters.
“Over the 19 years PwC has operated in Romania we have grown alongside the Romanian economy,” said Vasile Iuga, country managing partner of PricewaterhouseCoopers Romania.
He added: “This evolution has changed the pace of doing business in Romania and has transformed deeply the Bucharest urban and business landscape. Many companies have moved their headquarters to the northern part of the city and it came as a natural solution for us to do the same and move closer to our business partners.”
PricewaterhouseCoopers Romania and its affiliated law firm D&B David and Baias will occupy four floors in Lakeview.