Atenor launches another grandiose office development project in Budapest


The developer of Váci Greens, one of the largest office complexes of the capital, the Belgian Atenor launches another project at Budapest. The real estate developer listed on Euronext Brussels purchased the 19.000 square metres plot under 30. Hungária boulevard.

Atenor will construct an “A+” category office complex delivering environment-conscious solutions and an outstanding quality, and will offer about 85.000 m2 office space.

“Atenor has been present on the office market of Budapest since 2008, and I am confidently declare that we are writing a unique success history, since our first project, Váci Greens is highly popular among tenants and investors as well” – said Zoltán Borbély, Managing Director of Atenor. With the purchase of the new plot, we are further expanding our presence in Hungary. We are planning to establish a campus type office development on the plot purchased on Hungária boulevard. The complex will consist more buildings, with an exceptional proportion and significance of green areas. The development is already in the phase of planning, and construction will start in the beginning of 2018.”


The location of the project planned at the Hungária boulevard is excellent, the property is in a few minutes walking distance from the “Stadiums” metro station. It can be accessed quickly and easily through the direct metro line, and by the tram line number 1, and several bus lines. The place is also close to the Aréna Plaza Shopping Mall, furthermore, the services offered within the office complex, and social and recreational areas will play a significant role.


Since its foundation, Atenor has been working on the development of real estates which increase the appeal of cities. “We are designing an office complex on Hungária boulevard, which is tuned to the necessities and desires of inhabitants and users of today’s age and of future generations as well. Our international expertise and experience enables us to construct our buildings in close cooperation with the authorities, and in a symbiosis with the environment and residents” – explains Zoltán Borbély.

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