Business expansion
Bucuresti; Bucuresti;
Location of affected unit(s)
BucureÅŸti (Bucurelti region)
Retail Trade, Except Of Motor Vehicles And Motorcycles
Retail Sale In Non-Specialised Stores
47.11 - Retail sale in non-specialised stores with food, beverages or tobacco predominating

500 jobs
Number of planned job creations
Job creation
Announcement Date
5 December 2005
Employment effect (start)
5 December 2005
Foreseen end date


In the centre of Bucharest (BucureÅŸti region) a new Anador commercial centre has recently been inaugurated. The construction is actually the result of refitting the first horse-driven tram depot erected in Bucharest 100 years ago.

The centre has 3,200 square metres shopping galleries, which include a supermarket, fresh-market, chemistÂ’s, bookshop, as well as restaurants, coffee shops, clothing departments, etc. Furthermore, due to the unusual location, Anador will host book releases, theatre performances, and other special events.

'the building costs around €2.5 million and the centre will employ 400 to 500 people. We estimate an annual income of €1.5 million. I intend to extend Anador to other cities in Romania. For instance I am currently searching for a location to build a similar centre in Cluj (Cluj county, Nord-Vest region)' the company manager declared.


  • 5 December 2005: Economistul


Eurofound (2005), Anador, Business expansion in Romania, factsheet number 62671, European Restructuring Monitor. Dublin, https://restructuringeventsprod.azurewebsites.net/restructuring-events/detail/62671.