OFFICE

  • Mixed-use development at Pécs (HIPA)

    The ~561,000 sq.m development plot in close proximity to ‘Pécs-Pogány’ Airport and the M60 motorway, is seeking investors for a mixed-use development. Various preliminary plans are available for particular functions. Industrial production, retail commercial, office and residential – leisure properties could be realized on the plot.

  • Liberty (WING)

    The multifunctional building. Liberty is an unique project incorporating „A+” category office spaces as well as 3&4* star hotel and commercial units, serving the comfort and functional needs of all users. To be built as the first of two phases, the south wing of the complex will offer a total of 20,000 sq m of floor space, with offices on floors 1-4, and hotel spaces on the ground floor and on floors 5-8. The south wing is scheduled for completion in 2023. It will be ready to welcome tenants on 10,000 sq m of office space from Spring 2023, with the 330-room hotel opening at the end 2023.

  • Váci Greens D (GTC)

    Váci Greens D office building is located in District 13th of Budapest and it delivers forward thinking space for progressive professional businesses. With a wide range of in-house and neighbouring amenities this attractive building deserves the fame that it earned during the recent years.

  • Duna Tower (GTC)

    Standing a proud 60 meters tall on the Danube near the Árpád bridge, Duna Tower offers 6,000 sq m of premium office space for its tenants. With 16 floors, a total of 31,500m2 of gross leasable area and a 3-floor underground garage with nearly 400 parking spaces, Duna Tower also promises impressive views of the city skyline as well as the lush green of Margaret Island. Duna Tower’s location means easy and convenient accessibility by tram, metro, on foot or by bicycle. Downtown Budapest is a quick five-minute car journey.

  • CenterPoint (GTC)

    Centerpoint is a 75,000m2 state-of-the-art office development in District 13 and will provide a combination of retail and leisure on the ground floor with flexible and efficient offices above. Phase One is the re-imagination of an iconic office landmark (Q2 2022). Phase Two is a brand new adjoining development (2024).

  • Liget Center (WING)

    The Liget Center office complex is situated in Budapest’s District 6, on a corner plot at the intersection of Dózsa György út and Városligeti fasor.
    RTL Hungary has signed long-term lease agreements for Liget Center and the Auditorium. The renovation of both buildings
    will be completed with a new wing that has an all-glass facade in a quiet, interior courtyard. It will provide offices on six levels with a total area of 2,200 square metres in a green, city-centre location.

  • Aréna Business Campus A (ATENOR)

    Aréna Business Campus is a grade A+ office complex offering 72,000 sqm leasable office and retail space. It comprises 4 buildings with an exceptional proportion of green areas, BREEAM Excellent sustainability and Access4you Gold accessibility certifications. A tram and a metro station are in walking distance and numerous in-house services, social and recreational areas are available within the park. Building A is operational with tenants like Heineken and Emerson Process.

  • BakerStreet I (ATENOR)

    BakerStreet – ATENOR’s latest campus development, an A+ Class office project will be delivered in two phases in the heart of South Buda, designed by using environmentally conscious solutions, high-quality materials and cutting-edge architectural technology. The planned handover of the fully leased 16,500 sqm first phase, new HQ of E.ON Hungary, is expected in Q2 2024, while the construction of the 24,000 sqm second phase launches soon.

  • Budapest ONE (Futureal)

    The 66,000 sqm modern and sustainable office complex is located in Őrmező, Hungary’s largest multimodal transport intersection with easy and quick access to the city centre and the agglomeration. The BREEAM certified, energy-efficient and people-centred building has also been the first in the country to receive the highest WELL rating, Platinum. It includes a 500-meter panoramic rooftop running track, “WELL room”, shops and services at the ground level.

  • Corvin Innovation Campus (Futureal)

    The almost completely contactless office building is the next chapter of the internationally recognized Corvin Promenade success story. In line with the BREEAM and WELL standards the nearly 30,000 sqm Corvin Innovation Campus offers energy-efficient, people-centred solutions and a spacious park for future tenants. The pet-friendly building located in the vicinity of the metro station is easily and quickly accessible by public transport.

  • Multifunctional development at Szeged (HIPA)

    A ~40,000 sq. m development plot in Hungary’s third most populated city to be developed into a new, mixed used area with hotel, shops, leisure facilities and offices. The project owner seeks investors for the hotel, office and leisure project phase to be developed in a joint venture. This green field development project is located just a few hundred metres from one of Hungary’s largest research institutes; the ELI-ALPS and the ContiTech rubber factory.

  • RoseVille (ATENOR)

    RoseVille is a premium grade A + office project with 15,500 sqm of leasable, exclusive office space in the historic Óbuda. The aim was to create a human-centered workplace that fits organically into the historical image of the surroundings. The BREEAM Excellent and Access4You certified project’s handover is in Q1 2023. RoseVille was selected by international tenants like L’Oréal and Veeva Systems due to its unique ambience and green features.

INDUSTRIAL, LOGISTICS

  • INPARK – your Pillars – your Growth!

    Since its foundation in 2016, INPARK has become the largest industrial land bank owner in Hungary, which comprises more than 900 hectares of prime development land, including plots ready for immediate use with utilities in place in 17 cities throughout the country. As of 2023 INPARK’s land sales exceed a total of 468 hectares. The Group has more than 248,000 sqm of leased properties, out of which 80,000 sqm were delivered in 2022: six new logistics and manufacturing units at five locations. Our mission is not only to deliver fast, flexible, and comprehensive property solutions, but through our responsible business operations as an industrial property group, contributing to securing a vibrant market and thriving economy with our greener and state-of-the-art technology.

  • INPARK Hatvan – State-of-the-art Technology on 60,000 square meters

    INPARK has constructed a 60,000-square-meter logistics center – leased by Bosch Group – in its 37 hectares INPARK Hatvan Industrial Park in Hatvan, one of the largest industrial property developments in Hungary. The new logistic center allows Bosch to significantly improve its internal processes. Our professional team has implemented tailor-made solutions with the highest technical and technological standards. The building is split into seven units – fire sections – and contains a cross-docking area. Sustainability and energy efficiency requirements are met by a customized heating and cooling system, as well as LED lighting. The center consists of more than 50,000 square meters of useful storage area, 2,000 square meters of office area, as well as 8,000 square meters of service and social areas.

  • INPARK Nagykanizsa – Holds Great Promises!

    Honeywell has relocated and expanded its operations in Nagykanizsa and has signed a long-term lease contract for the complex manufacturing plant. INPARK completed a 10,935-square-meter facility in its 73 hectares industrial park right next to Motorway M7/E71 and Road 7. The building comprises 8,568 square meters of production and warehouse areas, as well as 2,367 square meters of office and social areas. The building has been developed to accommodate the manufacturing and warehousing activity of the tenant with the utmost flexibility to design work areas and rearrange them on demand, with the help of a strong primary electrical, IT and compressed air grid. The manufacturing area is temperature and humidity controlled. A part of the warehouse floor is suitable for VNA forklifts

  • INPARK Gyula – Land with Us!

    AIRBUS Helicopters selected INPARK Gyula Industrial Park’s 14.8 hectares industrial park as the site for its new aerospace enterprise in Hungary. A 15,867-square-meter green field aerospace manufacturing hall has been built according to the most modern industry requirements. The plant manufactures precision steel and titanium components for the kite structure and dynamic systems of the company’s helicopters, as well as some metal parts of the door panels. The development was the Winner of the Best BTS/ Manufacturing Project 2022 at the 4th Annual CRE Awards organized by EuropaProperty. Adjacent to the AIRBUS building INPARK also developed a 3,477 sqm surface treatment facility. The French–owned Satys Group has been a supplier of Airbus for thirty years. The Hungarian N7 Group takes part in this cooperation as a partner.

  • INPARK Páty – A well-suited Kick-off Project!

    In 2016 INPARK Group launched the construction of its first 24,241-square-meter logistics center, handed over in 2017 and leased by one of Europe’s leading logistics companies Kühne + Nagel Hungary at INPARK Páty Industrial Park. Since 2017 INPARK has constructed three logistics facilities in its 45 hectares INPARK Páty Industrial Park. The second, 22,590-square-meter logistics centre which was constructed in two phases and completed in 2020 is leased by one of the leading transportation and logistics service providers in Europe, Waberer’s Group. In 2022, a 32,112-square-meter warehouse was completed which is leased by the Hungarian National Healthcare Service Center and serves as its central warehouse and logistics hub. The office area was constructed with a curtain wall, facing a lake with a nature trail.

  • INPARK Pécs – Strengthen the Position!

    INPARK has constructed two facilities in its 51 hectares INPARK Pécs Industrial Park. The first 22,000 square-meter facility was built and handed over in 2020, which is leased by Hanon Systems Hungary, and is used for manufacturing and storing automotive parts. A 10.000 square-meter warehouse was completed in 2021, and is leased to logistics service provider, Raben Trans, which – according to Raben’s managing director Csaba Árvai – helps them offer even better service to their local partners. INPARK’s Pécs location is proof, that there is great possibility in enhancing the role of the logistics sector in Hungary’s countryside. INPARK’s goal is to continue its countryside expansion, which is crucial in terms of regional economic development within Hungary.
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  • Limitless Park Biatorbágy (HIPA)

    Limitless Park is an industrial real estate project of almost 200,000 sq. m, right next to the M0-M1 highway in Biatorbágy, only 15 minutes from Budapest, in an excellent location in
    Hungary. The development of Limitless Park would be based on the concept of a green industrial park according to ESG and BREAM guidelines. Projects related to last mile and city logistics, production and assembly, commercial activity can be implemented in the park. A total of 65,000 sq. m buildings can be built in the form of 1,500 sq. m – 15,000 sq. m halls.

  • Miskolc South Tecnhology Park (HIPA)

    The 85 ha industrial area with a well-developed infrastructure is located in the southern part of the city of Miskolc, which is center of the region with a population of 360,000. The Government of Hungary has declared the area to be of major importance for the national economy, and thus the area has VIP status. Within a radius of 100 km, 3 neighbouring countries can be reached, allowing any company with logistics or manufacturing activities to connect to the production chain in the area.

  • Mixed-use development at Pécs (HIPA)

    The ~561,000 sq.m development plot in close proximity to ‘Pécs-Pogány’ Airport and the M60 motorway, is seeking investors for a mixed-use development. Various preliminary plans are available for particular functions. Industrial production, retail commercial, office and residential – leisure properties could be realized on the plot.

  • GLP Sziget 2 Logistics Centre (in progress)

    GLP Hungary is proud to announce the completion of its latest logistics park, Sziget 1, with occupants in both buildings. The grade-A facilities represent GLP’s market-leading design standard and specifications. In addition, permitting is currently underway for our latest park, Sziget 2, which will provide over 100,000sqm of first-class real estate to the Hungarian market in a strategic location and increase our market offering in Hungary.

  • GLP Sziget Logistics Centre

    GLP Hungary is proud to announce the completion of its latest logistics park, Sziget 1, with occupants in both buildings. The grade-A facilities represent GLP’s market-leading design standard and specifications. In addition, permitting is currently underway for our latest park, Sziget 2, which will provide over 100,000sqm of first-class real estate to the Hungarian market in a strategic location and increase our market offering in Hungary.

  • East Gate Pro Business Park (WING)

    East Gate PRO is the second phase of the highly popular East Gate Business Park project offering modern and customisable warehousing solutions at the junction of motorways M0 and M3, in direction of Fót (North of Budapest). The high-tech buildings offer hall spaces suitable for production, assembly and warehousing too, and are available with high-quality offices and service functions upon demand. East Gate PRO will be offering a total of 60,000 sq m to be leased in a total of 3 halls.

  • ELI-ALPS Research Center (Szeged)

    The Extreme Light Infrastructure (ELI) project is an integral part of the European plan to build the next generation of large research facilities identified and selected by the European Strategy Forum on Research Infrastructures (ESFRI). The Extreme light infrastructure is the first infrastructure in the world capable of the investigation of the interactions between light and matter with the highest intensity, in the so-called ultra-relativistic range.

  • HelloParks Páty – Budapest West megapark

    HelloParks Páty is one of the largest logistics and industrial megaparks in Hungary located on an area of 108 hectares with a total of 354 000 sqm of space under development. The 58,000 sqm warehouse being developed in the first phase according to the BREEAM Outstanding sustainability standard will be the largest modern industrial hall in the Budapest catchment area. The first building is expected to be handed over by Q2 2023.

  • HelloParks Maglód – Budapest Airport megapark

    The first warehouse of the company was handed over in HelloParks Maglód on a 46 hectares park. The already 100% occupied, 46,000 sqm hall was the first industrial building in Hungary to achieve the Excellent level of the BREEAM New Construction Certificate. The second, 45,000 sqm building received its occupation permit at the end of the year. In total, more than 200,000 sqm of development will take place on site.

  • HelloParks Fót – Budapest North megapark

    A total of 330,000 sqm warehouse and industrial space is under development on 76 hectares in HelloParks Fót. A 45,000 m2 warehouse is already 100% occupied, and the second, 26,000 m2 warehouse was completed at the end of the year. Currently another 45,000 m2 building is under construction. All buildings in the park are built according to the criteria necessary to achieve the highest ratings in the New Construction category of the BREAAM sustainability standard.

  • IGPark Karcag (Infogroup)

    Karcag Industrial Park IGPark Karcag is located in the south-east part of the town of Karcag, on both sides of Main Road 4 and in the immediate vicinity of motorway M4. Being located alongside of the Budapest-Szolnok-Oradea Trans-European corridor (TEN-T), as well as its excellent railway connection, the Park is an ideal choice for intermodal transportation and shipping. The Park covers 108 ha altogether and offer 55,2 ha area for sale or to be developed in BTS cooperation.

  • IGPark Miskolc (Infogroup)

    IGPark Miskolc is located in the Mechatronikai Industrial Park, in the immediate vicinity and direct access to Highway M30.  The area is currently undergoing a massive development: a built-to-suit logistic hall of 19.000 mis being built for an international manufacturing company. There is also 23 ha industrial plot available for sale or to be developed. The plot can be divided upon demand and also can be extended up to 50 ha.

  • IGPark Kecskemét South (Infogroup)

    IGPark Kecskemét South is located right next to global companies, such as Mercedes Benz, Kühne+Nagel, Duvenbeck, Knorr-Bremse and SMP in the South-Kecskemét industrial area. The Park is easily accessible from M5 motorway and 54 highway, thus ideal location for both logistic and industrial purposes. The owner Infogroup is offering a 21.000 m2 industrial hall for lease; ready to be completed in 2022Q2 and further areas for built-to-suit development.

  • IGPark Kecskemét West (Infogroup)

    IGPark Kecskemét West is located at western Kecskemét near M5 highway only 90 km from Budapest in the centre of Hungary. The Park boasts excellent location, being within minutes of M5 highway. The Park has 33 ha industrial area, out of which 40 000 sq m total GLA fully let out including 32 000 sqm production/warehouse space in 6 existing warehouse, with internationally acclaimed tenants such as ABB, ErlingKlinger, Lechler and Freudenberg. Also, it has approximately 11 ha development land which offers 50 000 m2 development potential.

  • IGPark Polgár (Infogroup)

    Polgár Industrial Park IGPark Polgár is located right at the Polgár exit off the M3 motorway. Due to its outstanding location the Park can be easily accessed from 4 major Hungarian cities – Budapest, Debrecen, Miskolc and Nyíregyháza. Also, being located at the international transit network, TEN-T, the neighboring countries – Slovakia, Ukraine, Romania – are easily accessible. Covering 58 ha altogether, the Park offers 32.500 m2 class ‘A’ warehouse space for rent, as well as development plots both for sale or for BTS.

  • Science and Innovation Park Szeged

    Business partners of the University of Szeged and enterprises engaged in R&D and Innovation have the opportunity to locate their activities on the Science Park’s plot of the University. In this case they can be in direct neighbourhood of ELI-ALPS, which represents the excellence of university education and the European research infrastructure. An innovation community and system can emerge on the available 85 hectares plot, utilizing the knowledge capital of the University. This innovation ecosystem will – via its multiplicator impact – fuel the business partners with reinforcing inspiration. In addition, it will have a positive impact on the region’s economic activity as well.

RETAIL

  • Mixed-use development at Pécs (HIPA)

    The ~561,000 sq.m development plot in close proximity to ‘Pécs-Pogány’ Airport and the M60 motorway, is seeking investors for a mixed-use development. Various preliminary plans are available for particular functions. Industrial production, retail commercial, office and residential – leisure properties could be realized on the plot.

  • Andrássy út 40-42. (GTC)

    Andrássy út 40-42. with premium offices above and exhibition spaces on the ground floor is located in the heart of the capital, on the popular and always crowded Andrássy út, surrounded by monumental residential buildings, office buildings, high-quality retail outlets, restaurants, banks and institutions. Oktogon, one of the city’s main transport hubs is only a 3-minute walk away from the spectacular and attractive building.

  • Multifunctional development at Szeged (HIPA)

    A ~40,000 sq. m development plot in Hungary’s third most populated city to be developed into a new, mixed used area with hotel, shops, leisure facilities and offices. The project owner seeks investors for the hotel, office and leisure project phase to be developed in a joint venture. This green field development project is located just a few hundred metres from one of Hungary’s largest research institutes; the ELI-ALPS and the ContiTech rubber factory.

HOTEL

  • Dósa Nádor square hotel development (Debrecen)

    A unique development opportunity is available on Dósa Nádor Square in the central pedestrian area of Debrecen, where the aim of the city is to create one of the most exclusive and elegant hotel development. In addition to its accommodation function, for which there is a high demand from both tourism and business side, the development will also serve as a city centre for shops and other services. The well developed pedestrian zone in the city centre, including Dósa Nádor Square, hosts a number of events during the year of which this new hotel will be an impressive element.

  • Multifunctional development at Szeged (HIPA)

    A ~40,000 sq. m development plot in Hungary’s third most populated city to be developed into a new, mixed used area with hotel, shops, leisure facilities and offices. The project owner seeks investors for the hotel, office and leisure project phase to be developed in a joint venture. This green field development project is located just a few hundred metres from one of Hungary’s largest research institutes; the ELI-ALPS and the ContiTech rubber factory.

RESIDENTIAL

  • Mixed-use development at Pécs (HIPA)

    The ~561,000 sq.m development plot in close proximity to ‘Pécs-Pogány’ Airport and the M60 motorway, is seeking investors for a mixed-use development. Various preliminary plans are available for particular functions. Industrial production, retail commercial, office and residential – leisure properties could be realized on the plot.

  • Park West (WING – LIVING)

    Park West residential park, located at the gateway of the city center of Budapest, next to a major transportation hub, Lehel tér. Constructed in four phases, the sustainable residential park will offer altogether 880 apartments for those with a love for vibrant urban life. The first phase of 229 apartments was completed in 2022. The second phase of 234 apartments is expected to be completed in September 2023 and the third phase in the second half of 2025. The smart functions which can be found in our houses are making the days of the inhabitants easier, while the other infrastructural innovations are pulling the whole neighborhood forward.

  • Andrássy út 40-42. (GTC)

    Andrássy út 40-42. with premium offices above and exhibition spaces on the ground floor is located in the heart of the capital, on the popular and always crowded Andrássy út, surrounded by monumental residential buildings, office buildings, high-quality retail outlets, restaurants, banks and institutions. Oktogon, one of the city’s main transport hubs is only a 3-minute walk away from the spectacular and attractive building.

  • Tócóvölgy Ltd. (Debrecen)

    Development goals include the creation of modern, affordable, high-quality residential properties, strengthening the regional central role in Hungary, the use of renewable energy and the creation of green areas. Size of the development area is 10 ha where 1183 apartments could be built in 50 residential properties, which size is 42-71 m2/apartment. Building heights: Ground floor + 3 – Ground floor + 7. Restaurant, groceries, community spaces, business premises.

  • Kassák Terrace (WING – LIVING)

    As part of the third and final phase of LIVING’s Kassák project, the residential development Kassák Terrace will see the construction of 246 apartments in District 13, at the intersection of Klapka utca and Kassák Lajos utca, a short walk from Váci út. The residential project combining high-quality technical infrastructure and an optimal price-quality ratio offers future home owners both community services and smart solutions – in keeping with LIVING’s quality standards. The AA+ energy rated residential park will be built with heat pumps, as well as surface heating and cooling solutions. The completion of Kassák Terrace will complete the 9000 sqm interior park of the Kassák project, which will contribute to the expansion of green space in the area. The project is scheduled for completion in the first half of 2025.

  • LAKE11 Home&Park (ATENOR)

    ATENOR entered the residential real estate market in Hungary with LAKE11 Home&Park in 2021. The green belt residential park investment is developed in South Buda, District 11 on 8-hectares. LAKE11 will offer park and lakeside villa houses, parks and large public spaces with promenades and outdoor facilities. The developer builds 900 homes in the area offering apartments from studios, 1-4-bedroom apartments, penthouses and exclusive duplexes.

  • Le Jardin (WING)

    One of Budapest’s greenest, most environmentally friendly residential parks, Le Jardin will see the construction of a total of 310 apartments in the suburban part of Budapest, District 13, in two phases. Le Jardin is LIVING’s most environmentally conscious project to date. It incorporates building engineering solutions wholly based on renewable energy sources, environmentally conscious choice of materials, selective waste management, environmentally conscious water consumption, rainwater recycling and surface cooling and heating. Units will be exceptionally energy-efficient, with an AA+ energy rating.

URBAN DEVELOPMENT

  • Tópark BE MY CITY (HIPA)

    TÓPARK BE MY CITY’ multifunctional building complex is located a few kilometres from Budapest in the triangle formed by M0-M1-M7 motorways. This development project has 200.000 sq. m gross useful area provides services of top standards and closeness of nature experience with its 55,000 sq. m office buildings, 15,000 sq. m retail and service outlets and with 350 apartments having a total space of 35,000 sq. m, with sport and recreation facilities, with a conference hotel that offers 150-200 rooms and a conference room suitable for accommodating 800-1,000 persons, and with a green area that encompasses the project.

URBAN DEVELOPMENT – LIGET BUDAPEST PROJECT

  • MIPIM Special Jury Award – House of Music Hungary

    The House of Music Hungary, realised within the Liget Budapest Project, won the jury’s main prize in March 2022 in Cannes at the world’s leading and most highly esteemed property industry exhibition, MIPIM. It is a historic moment that the body of international experts ranked the House of Music Hungary as being superior to the world’s best buildings and unanimously awarded it the jury’s main prize. The jury statement deemed the unique building designed by Japanese star architect Sou Fujimoto as the number one in the world based on its sustainability, aesthetic quality and the visitor experience it provides. The main prize at the MIPIM Awards marks one of the greatest international achievements in the Hungarian property development sector and has elevated the House of Music to being among the most accoladed buildings of Hungary.

  • Liget Budapest Project

    The Liget Budapest Project, launched in 2012, is the continent’s largest-scale and most complex urban development program with multiple award-winning architectural and cultural content. Its goal is the comprehensive development of the 100-hectare City Park in Budapest, which includes the renewal and expansion of the park’s green space, as well as the park’s centuries-old institutional system. We are halfway through the implementation of this historic undertaking, but the results are already visible: the House of Music Hungary, the Museum of Ethnography and the National Museum Conservation and Storage Center (OMRRK) have been completed, the Museum of Fine Arts has been renovated, the Star Fortress in Komárom, the House of Hungarian Millennium, and the Park itself: with new playgrounds, sports fields, the Museum Underground Garage.

  • Best Futura Mega Project (Liget Budapest Projekt)

    In 2017 the Liget Budapest was selected as the European Union’s best urban development project at MIPIM, a prestigious exhibition of the property business. It was selected as one of the best four projects in the category of the largest-scale and most comprehensive developments, within the framework of the Best Futura Mega Project, and as the best development project in the European Union. Thanks to the Liget Budapest Project, institutions looking back on a history of hundreds of years have been or are being renewed in the park, while new museums have been and are being constructed with the participation of Hungarian and international star architect offices; moreover, the park’s natural values have been and are being rehabilitated and its green areas increased.

  • Best urban development mega project in the EU (Liget Budapest Project )

    The Liget Budapest Project won the title of the EU’s best urban development project of 2017 at the prestigious MIPIM Awards. Liget Budapest made it into the top four in the Best Future Mega Project category for the largest-scale and most complex development projects: it will include the renovation of centuries-old institutions as well as the construction of new museums with the participation of both Hungarian and international star architecture offices, while rehabilitating the park’s natural treasures and significantly increasing its green area.

  • Adventure Parks for Dogs

    The designers of the renewed City Park implemented several developments specially tailored to the needs of dog owners and coordinated in advance with their advocacy organisations. As a result, two fenced-off, large dog adventure parks with a wide variety of agility features were built.
    Opened: 27 May 2018, 1 December 2020

  • Balloon Fly

    An aerial attraction, which was already very popular over 120 years ago, the City Park Balloon, has now returned to the park. The shape and colour of the balloon, which is reminiscent of the eponymous masterpiece by the Hungarian painter Pál Szinyei Merse, rises into the air according to a timetable. The balloon has a capacity of up to thirty passengers, who are treated to a stunning panorama of the City Park and the capital from a height of some 150 meters.
    Opened: 1 May 2022

  • Mihály Mőcsényi Botanical Garden

    The condition of the Small Botanical Garden, originally established in the City Park in 1967, greatly deteriorated in recent decades, so a complete renovation became necessary, during which the entire botanical garden and its facilities were renewed and 35,000 specimens of more than 300 species of flora were planted.
    Opened: 1 December 2020

  • Museum of Ethnography

    The new Museum of Ethnography is one of Europe’s most modern ethnographic museums, and the first purpose-built building in the 150-year history of the collection it houses. Designed by Napur Architects, the winner of the international design competition, the iconic building evocative of two interlocking hillsides has sixty percent of its mass under the ground level. Its roof garden, functioning as the City Park’s green extension, is a pleasant communal space welcoming the public, and its highest points allow a unique panorama over the City Park.
    Opened: April 2022, Awards: International Property Awards – World’s Best Public Service Architecture, 2018; World’s Best Architecture Main Prize, 2018, BLT Built Design Award – Architectural Design, Cultural Category Winner, 2022, Idea-Tops Award – Cultural Architecture, Design Category Winner, 2022

  • Museum Underground Parking

    As the first steps of freeing the City Park of car traffic, the area previously occupied by an above-ground car park, was replaced by a new promenade. The newly constructed Museum Underground Parking facility, located under the Városliget Promenade, provides environmentally-friendly parking for 800 vehicles on three levels, while the city’s largest EV charging station can also be found here. Unique all over Europe, the interior spaces of the underground parking facility are decorated with reproductions of twelve masterpieces from the collection of the Hungarian National Gallery, one each by twelve outstanding masters from László Moholy-Nagy to Victor Vasarely. Opened: 6 December 2020

  • Star Fortress in Komárom

    The Star Fortress in Komárom, a town located 90 kilometres from Budapest, is part of Central Europe’s largest 19th-century fortification system. Although it was not damaged during World War II, it gradually fell into a completely dilapidated state during the decades that followed. The building was renovated according to the original architectural drawings and now accommodates a new, family-friendly cultural centre on a floor area of more than 7 thousand square metres, where visitors can view several hundred items from the Museum of Fine Arts’ unrivalled plaster replica collection, which had been locked away in a warehouse for 75 years.
    Opened: 6 October 2021

  • Városliget Sports Centre and running circle

    The design of the new Sports Centre caters to over a dozen sports in the City Park, and also includes a 2-kilometer-long, high-quality tartan-surfaced circular running track illuminated along its entire length so it can be used even in the dark. During the development of this area, special attention was placed on ensuring that all the new tracks and fields as well as sports equipment and services could be safely used by people with mobility problems and people with disabilities.
    Opened: 1 September 2020

  • Városliget Theatre

    Erected in 1879 in the City Park was once a theatre built with a wooden structure, which was then rebuilt in 1909 into a permanent stone theatre in the Secessionist style. This means that a theatre was just as much part of the diverse range of institutions in the City Park as the museums, the Zoo, the heated pools and the ice rink. The former Secession-era building was demolished in 1951 by the communist state authorities to make way for Felvonulási (Procession) Square to be used for military parades and for organised mass demonstrations. The theatre is planned to be rebuilt based on the original architectural drawings, albeit with a modern operational environment, and it will house performances for younger and older children alike.
    Park developments implemented in the City Park between 2012 and 2022

  • House of Music Hungary

    The iconic building designed by Japanese star architect Sou Fujimoto is a genuinely contemporary architectural masterpiece. The extensive glass wall embracing it without a single horizontal division and making it completely transparent is the largest in Europe. It welcomes the public with its special, glass-walled concert hall, interactive permanent exhibition on a floor area of over one thousand square metres, as well as an exhibition space for temporary shows, a unique sound dome, the Creative Sound Space for playful musical experimentation, a multimedia library and educational workshops. The house received the highest number of international recognitions awarded to a building in Hungary from: International Property Awards, Music Cities Awards, CNN, Time Out Magazine, MIPIM Awards, German Design Council, World Travel Awards, Architecture Masterprize.
    Opened: 22 January 2022

  • New National Gallery

    The iconic building of the New National Gallery, designed by the Pritzker Prize laureate Japanese SANAA, is the flagship development of the Liget Budapest Project. Its implementation will transform the City Park into a world-class cultural quarter encompassing 150 years of development, enriching Budapest with a cultural and tourist attraction that will be outstanding not only in the region but also in all of Europe. The New National Gallery with a planned floor area of 50 thousand square metres will exhibit the outstanding artists and masterpieces from the history of the Hungarian and universal fine arts from the 19th century to the present day.

  • Museum of Fine Arts

    The Museum of Fine Arts Budapest, first opened in 1906, is home to the most important collection of European art in the region stretching between Vienna and Saint Petersburg, including outstanding international and Hungarian masterpieces from ancient times up until the end of the 18th century. Thanks to the largest-scale reconstruction of its history, realised between 2015 and 2018, the institution’s exhibition spaces have been significantly enlarged, while its entire permanent exhibition has also been rearranged. The public spaces and the building’s energy system have also been modernised and its fascinating Romanesque Hall, used as storage for seventy years prior to the renovation, has been restored to its original beauty. Re-opened: 30 October 2018, Awards: Europa Nostra Award – European Heritage Awards, 2020

  • House of Hungarian Innovation

    The House of Hungarian Innovation will welcome its visitors with interactive exhibitions displaying Hungarian technical inventions and innovations and their impact. The future exhibitions of the new institution will go beyond a simple presentation of the history of technology since they will comprise social history exhibitions that will demonstrate how transport affected society and what needs gave rise to technological innovations.

  • National Museum Conservation and Storage Centre

    The largest and most modern museum institutional complex in Europe and the EU is home to 350 thousand artworks from the country’s most important national public collections, such as the Museum of Fine Arts, the Hungarian National Gallery and the Museum of Ethnography. The ensemble of buildings on an area of 37 thousand square metres contains storage spaces as well as restoration workshops of a world standard, while it also houses the new Central European Research Institute for Art History, operating as part of the Museum of Fine Arts.
    Opened: 14 May 2019
    Awards: International Property Awards – Best Public Service Architecture Europe, 2021

  • Kós Károly Promenade (Liget Budapest Project)

    As a result of the comprehensive development of he City Park, the park’s entire flora will be rehabilitated and given a new quality, and its area will also be significantly expanded. The renewal of the Sensory Garden, the Rondo and the Small Botanical Garden form part of this element of the project. With the car traffic through the City Park being banned, the Károly Kós Promenade will be a genuinely pedestrian area, and the noise and air pollution of the area will also be reduced. Visitors will be able to benefit from sport, recreational and catering facilities as well as walks and playgrounds. The surface of the City Park Lake will be increased almost six fold and the entire area of the park will be made accessible.

  • Main Playground

    Hungary’s most complex and modern playground was built in the City Park on an area of over 13,000 square meters. The new facility is extremely popular and has already been visited by more than one million people since its opening. The more than fifty playground elements were carefully selected and classified according to age groups so that they can best develop children’s skills. Some of the elements have a special, integrated design, allowing both healthy and disabled children to play together.
    Opened: 9 October 2019

  • Sensory Garden

    Originally developed in 1972, the City Park’s first Sensory Garden was completely renovated, specifically to facilitate the rest and relaxation of the blind and partially sighted. The approximately one-hectare area was made fully accessible and equipped with modern equipment, while its vegetation was rehabilitated and renewed and its playground was enlarged and equipped with special toys. The garden is a delineated area as it continues to be available for use only by the blind, visually impaired and their companions.
    Opened: 15 October 2018

  • House of the Hungarian Millennium

    Following the reconstruction of the oldest and one of the most impressive monument buildings in the City Park, including the thousands of Zsolnay ceramics decorating it, the House of the Hungarian Millennium opened in 2019. As part of the park’s landscape design renewal project, a rose garden with 1,500 rose bushes was planted in the area at the main entrance of the more than 130-year-old building. The House of the Hungarian Millennium accommodates the NEO Contemporary Art Space, providing a venue for temporary exhibitions of preeminent artists of the international fine art scene, while the public is welcomed by the Zsolnay Café, located in the other half of the building.
    Opened: 1 October 2019
    Awards: Bernhard Remmers Academy – Winner of the international category of historic monument preservation, 2022

  • Pavilion Garden (Liget Budapest Project)

    The City Park was enriched with three new pavilions in 2017 as part of the Liget Budapest project. They replaced the dilapidated old row of kiosks that once lined the Állatkerti Boulevard and were implemented based on Frigyes Feszl’s originals designs of 1860 in an Oriental style. The interiors accommodate pleasant cafés and art shops, continuing the gastronomic and commercial traditions of the Liget. As part of the project, the nearby BESZKRT station was also renovated; it is one of the oldest surviving buildings of the park and it has also been given a hospitality function.

  • Sports grounds (Liget Budapest Project)

    Since the beginning of its history, the City Park has inspired and welcomed the fans of sport and has always played a really important role in the recreation of those living in the adjacent districts. This is why the consolidation and enlargement of sports facilities and outdoor functions encouraging a healthy lifestyle have been treated as a priority during the implementation of the Liget Budapest Project. The most important element is the new Városliget Sports Centre with a floor area of 13 thousand square metres, which was opened in 2020. The new complex, set in a revamped green environment, offers about a dozen of sports to those visitors to the Liget who are looking for active recreation.

  • City Park Lake (Liget Budapest Project)

    The City Park is primarily associated by many people with the City Park Lake. It is no wonder, therefore, that it is one of the favourite destinations of park-goers. For this reason it will be renewed within the framework of the Liget Budapest Project in such a way that its water surface will be significantly increased and it can be admired all year round. After its renovation its permanent water surface, increased six fold and embracing the Széchenyi Island and the Peacock Island (an old feature of the park), will have its own fauna. After its completion, its water will be drained, only during the winter months, in the area of the City Park Ice Rink, which will thus continue to function as a skating venue.

ENTERTAINMENT

  • Multifunctional development at Szeged (HIPA)

    A ~40,000 sq. m development plot in Hungary’s third most populated city to be developed into a new, mixed used area with hotel, shops, leisure facilities and offices. The project owner seeks investors for the hotel, office and leisure project phase to be developed in a joint venture. This green field development project is located just a few hundred metres from one of Hungary’s largest research institutes; the ELI-ALPS and the ContiTech rubber factory.

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