The central residential areas in Bucharest such as boulevards Primaverii, Aviatorilor, Floreasca, and Kiseleff are the most expensive for rental and purchase, and the prices are on the rise due to the narrowing down of the offer, according to real estate agency Eurisko.

The residential area Aviatorilor-Primaverii displays the highest prices for sale due to security reasons, green spaces, luxurious restaurants and diplomatic missions. The prices have gone up compared to previous years when one square meter was 1,580 euros in 2004 and 2,150 euros in 2006.

In Kiseleff, there are the most expensive residences for rental, up to 4,200 euro, 125 euros higher than in the previous year. The area is in the proximity of the largest park in Bucharest, it is considered highly secure for its residents, close to the downtown, and comprises well built houses, with fine architecture.

In Dorobanti – Floreasca area, the average sale price went up to 1,550 euros/sqm compared to 1,150 in 2004while rent also grew from 3,100/property in 2004to 3,150 in 2005.

The Eurisko survey covered the period 2002 – 2005.