WING has officially handed over the new Ericsson HQ.
The new building developed by WING showcases the industry’s latest high-tech solutions, and has LEED Gold certification making it one of the greenest office buildings in Hungary. On May 29th, 2018, one of Hungary’s most modern office buildings, the Ericsson House, was officially handed over in the presence of the Prime Minister of Hungary and Ericsson’s worldwide CEO. This new building, developed by WING, features not only offices, but also one of the Swedish company’s largest European Research & Development centers. The 24 thousand square-meter property, built in the first phase of the development project of the Hungarian Nobel-Prize Winners’ R&D Park, satisfies both the needs of today and tomorrow due to its cutting-edge technology and execution. As shown by its LEED Gold certification it upholds the highest standards of environmental consciousness. The new HQ will house 1800 workers. Now, with the handover of the Ericsson House, the development of the adjacent site may commence as the second phase of the
WING launches first residential project
Hungary’s leading property developer is launching the Kassák Residence project under its new LIVING umbrella brand. WING Zrt. is launching its first residential property development: the Kassák Residence project in the heart of Budapest’s District XIII will be a residential park offering smart homes and primarily targeting young people pursuing a modern urban lifestyle. In the first stage of the approximately 700-unit project, two buildings containing a total of 230 homes will be constructed in the first half of 2018, with public sale of the flats to start at the beginning of January 2018.
New Telekom Headquarters building structurally complete
WING has customised one of Hungary’s most innovative office buildings to suit Magyar Telekom’s needs The development of Hungary’s largest office building to be constructed in a single block has reached an important milestone: the new Telekom Headquarters building is now structurally complete. The approximately 100,000 m2 building will be a defining feature of the Budapest cityscape, with a design that is based on the latest HR and IT trends. The developer WING Zrt, which has set its sights on building the workplaces of the future, has customised it fully in line with the specific needs of the Magyar Telekom Group.
A quarter of the Skylight CITY office building already taken
WING Zrt. announced in April that it was starting its new office building involving the redevelopment of the former Material Center. The new office building now has its first tenant – Alza.hu.