Office market in Budapest goes greener!
New green office building of Budapest, V17 opened its gates. The building is located at the beginning of the Váci corridor. The seven-story sustainable building of nearly 13,000 square meters area featuring cutting-edge technology, and offers "A" class office areas most of which are rent by E.ON Hungary Zrt for long term. The V17 is owned by Torony Ingatlan Befektetési Alap represented by Diófa Alapkezelő Zrt., and was developed by Hungary’s leading commercial real estate developer WING Zrt. Building V17 required a HUF10 billion investment.
A new wing has been built for The British International School, Budapest
It took less than a year to build the new wing of The British International School, Budapest, which was officially opened on the 23rd of September. Thanks to the construction, the school has become one of the most modern institutions in the capital city, with a size of 9000 square metres.
Wing builds Ericsson’s Hungarian headquarters and largest research and development facility outside Sweden
Erricsson’s new home in Hungary is being built on a site overlooking the Danube in an investment by Wing Zrt., in the first phase of the Hungarian Nobel Prize Winners Research & Development Park. The building, which has a total area of 24,000 square meters, will house the company’s largest research and development facility outside Sweden. The building, one of the most modern, most innovative headquarters in the country, will be constructed to the strict standards of the LEED Gold environmental awareness rating. The foundation stone was laid on 20 September 2016 by Dr. János Fónagy, parliamentary state secretary at the Ministry for National Development, Noah Steinberg, Chairman & CEO of Wing Zrt., and Ericsson Hungary’s CEO Gábor Éry. Speeches were also made at the event by Dr. Tamás Hoffmann, Mayor of District 11 (“Újbuda”), and His Excellency the Ambassador of Sweden to Hungary, Niclas Trouvé.
Two students from Kecskemét, Hungary are among the bests
Dávid KOVÁCS and Iván Ákos SZŰCS, two students from Kecskemét, Hungary had been earned the right to be a participant team in the global finals of Stockholm Junior Water Prize held in the Swedish capital between August 27 and September 1. The talented young people finished fifth in the finals from almost a hundred thousand team entered into the competition globally. Their project aimed to show the environmental and economical benefits of the utilization of rainwater and greywater in public institutions.