Why to invest in
The capital enjoys a special status in Romania, being the only city that does not belong to any county. Divided into six sectors, the city is administered by the Bucharest City Hall and has the same administrative level as the Romanian counties.
The sectors of Bucharest enjoy a truly exceptional history. In 1972 it was divided into four sectors, named in colors as: the Yellow Sector (now known as Sector 1, without western parts and the eastern half of Sector 2), the Black Sector (currently Sector 3 and the eastern half of Sector 2), the Blue Sector (today being the current Sectors 4 and 5), and last but not least, the Green Sector (today the eastern part of Sector 6 and the western part of Sector 1).
Each of these six sectors is divided into neighborhoods, namely:
Sector 1: Dorobanți, Băneasa, Pipera, Floreasca, Dămăroaia, Bucureștii noi, Primăverii, Aviației,
Grivița, Aviatorilor, Victoriei, Pajura, Domenii
Sector 2: Pantelimon, Colentina, Iancului, Tei, Floreasca, Moșilor, Vatra Luminoasă
Sector 3: Vitan, Dudești, Titan, Balta Albă, Centru Civic, Dristor, Muncii, Unirii
Sector 4: Berceni, Giurgiului, Olteniței, Tineretului, Văcărești, Timpuri Noi
Sector 5: Giurgiului, Ferentari, Rahova, Ghencea, Cotroceni, 13 Septembrie
and last but not least, Sector 6: Giulești, Drumul Taberei, Militari, Crângași, Ghencea.