OFFICE

  • Agora Office Debrecen

    The project owner has started the development of a 4660sq.m “A” category office building with target date of completion: June, 2019 on half of the development plot. The aim of the project is to sell the completed office building while keeping its operation and starting a second phase development of an identical building in the remaining part of the plot.

  • Aeropolis (Debrecen)

    The Aeropolis – aligned with Debrecen’s long term HR strategy and due to it’s excellent logistic capability – has the opportunity to be the second city center of Debrecen. At the northern part, there will be hundreds of affordable, yet modern apartments, which will be a desirable option for new residents. At the central area office buildings, service centers, hotels and restaurants will dynamize the local economic ecosystem. The southern district with the vicinity of the International Airport will offer logistic services.

  • Aréna Business Campus (ATENOR)

    Aréna Business Campus is a grade A+ office complex offering 72,000 m2 leasable office and retail space. It comprises 4 buildings with an exceptional proportion of green areas, BREEAM Excellent and Access4you certifications. The location is convenient, a tram stop, a metro station and the Aréna Shopping Mall are in walking distance while in-house services, social and recreational areas are available for tenants. Building A was handed over in Q2 2020, Building B will be handed over in Q3 2022.

  • New

    BakerStreet (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 16,500 sqm first phase is expected in Q1 2023, while the design stage of the 25,000 sqm second phase is in the finishing stages.

  • Budapest ONE (Futureal Group)

    The 65,400 sqm people-centred office building with the international WELL Building Platinum pre-qualification is located at Hungary’s largest multimodal transport hub in Őrmező, Budapest. Following the success of the first phase, the nearly 20,000 sqm second and 19,000 sqm third phases are developed simultaneously, both will be handed over in H2 of 2022. The city centre can be reached via direct links in under ten minutes. The outstanding service environment of the offices will be further enhanced by the ongoing development of the Kelenföld district.

  • Corvin Innovation Campus (Futureal Group)

    The nearly 30,000 sqm Corvin Innovation Campus with its contactless technology is a new chapter of the internationally recognized Corvin Promenade’s success story. The first phase is expected to be finalized by the end of 2022. The complex developed by the highest BREEAM and WELL standards ensures sustainable and human-centred operation. In front of its main entry a 1500 sqm park and green urban space will be created. The great location of the pet-friendly office building offers plenty of services. 

  • Forest Offices (Debrecen)

    Forest Offices Debrecen is the largest ongoing office development project in Eastern Hungary. The „A”
    class office building is located in Debrecen, 10 minutes away from the city center and designed to meet all expectations of the digital age in line with LEED „Gold” certification standards. The office building will be built by using environmentally-conscious technological solutions, bright interiors, green rooftop garden as well as cutting edge solutions focusing on efficiency.

  • New

    HOP Passage (WING)

    The 13,500 sq m rental area, 5-storey Hungária Office Park office complex with 360 parking spaces is a brand new development project of Hungária Office Park, which will meet the criteria of the BREEAM Excellence and Acces4you certifications.  Expected handover: H1 2024

  • New

    Hungária Office Park (WING)

    Development project in more phases. Hungaria Office Park is located in Budapest in an easily accessible location, while being away from traffic, in a quiet, peaceful, green and urban environment; it offers modern buildings that are accomodating both people-oriented office spaces and special, industrial functions. At Siemens’s Gizella út premises WING is planning to carry out refurbishment works and development projects in 3 phases over the next few years. Expected leasable area: 80.000 sq m

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    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 Q1 2023, with the 330-room hotel opening in fall 2023.

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    Millennium Gardens (TriGranit)

    TriGranit brought a huge regeneration for South Pest Office Corridor. Over 25 years,the company has developed a total area of 360,000 sqm on Millennium City Center’s 3-hectare plot: the Duna-Pest Residences, consisting of more than 310 luxury apartments; the world-famous Palace of Arts; MÜPA; four Millennium Tower class “A” office buildings; and the K&H Headquarters.This summer the founders’ vision will be fulfilled by the completion of the newest & final jewel of the area: Millennium Gardens.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • New

    RoseVille (ATENOR)

    RoseVille is a premium grade A + office project with 15,000 sqm of leasable, exclusive office space in Óbuda, next to Rózsadomb. ATENOR aims to create a human-centered and modern workplace that fits organically into the historical image of the surroundings and stands out with its beauty. The building, which is BREEAM Excellent certified and aims to gain Access4You Gold certification, will be handed over in the third quarter of 2022.

  • Váci Greens (ATENOR)

    Váci Greens is a campus-style development with 6 buildings on 130,000 sq m offering A+ class offices in a green environment. It is easily accessible, sitting 300m from the nearest metro stop. All buildings have been awarded BREEAM Excellent sustainability certifications, the latest phase, E & F are also Access4you-certified. Building E & F were handed over in 2020 and sold soon after. The new phase is 80%+ leased to various tenants such as Sanofi, Bonduelle, Mazars, ChemAxon and Mott MacDonald.

INDUSTRIAL, LOGISTICS

  • New

    Budapest Suburban Railway Node Strategy (BFK)

    The Budapest Suburban Railway Node Strategy is a document on the development of suburban track-based transport for the Hungarian capital and its agglomeration, defining comprehensive long-term goals and the developments they require. The Strategy sets the ambitious goal of increasing the total number of passengers on suburban railway lines by 80% through comprehensive and interdependent complex investments realised until 2040. The development of the Strategy began in 2019 and was commissioned by a consortium formed by the Prime Minister’s Office, the Ministry of Innovation and Technology, MÁV Magyar Államvasutak Zrt. (Hungarian State Railways) and the Budapest Development Agency. The Strategy was co-financed by the Connecting Europe Facility. During the preparation of the Strategy, the professional and the wider public had the opportunity to express their opinions and make proposals to the chapters in progress on several occasions.

  • New

    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.

  • New

    HelloParks Páty (member of Futureal Group)

    Located in the western part of Budapest on a 97-hectare plot, HelloParks Páty is one of the largest megaparks in Hungary. In the park, which is attractive for both national and international transport, a total of 354,000 sqm of warehouse and industrial space can be developed, and a 58,000 sqm warehouse is already being constructed in line with the BREEAM sustainability standards in the first phase. The first building of the sustainable and human-centred megapark is expected to be handed over by Q1 2023.

  • New

    HelloParks Maglód (member of Futureal Group)

    HelloParks has realized its first building in HelloParks Maglód megapark, close to the major motorways and the international airport. The 46,000 sqm BIG BOX facility with over 80% occupancy is the first in Hungary to achieve the Excellent level of the BREEAM New Construction Certificate at Design Stage in logistics and industrial buildings category. In the 46-hectare human-centred megapark in Maglód, East Budapest more than 200,000 sqm floor space of modern hall buildings can be developed.

     

  • New

    HelloParks Fót(member of Futureal Group)

    HelloParks Fót has a capacity for the development of a total of 330,000 sqm of warehouse and industrial space on a 76-hectare site located in Fót, north of Budapest, close to the M0 and M3 motorway intersection. The construction of the megapark’s 45,000 sqm first phase has already started in line with the BREEAM sustainability standards. Its handover is expected in April 2022. In addition to the planned modern facilities, leisure and community services will be provided to help promote recreation.

  • New

    Hernádnémeti (HIPA)

    The 400 ha contiguous area has previously undergone a comprehensive investigation in connection to the construction of BMW’s new plant. Consequently, the area is an excellent location for the automotive industry. In addition, the Government of Hungary has given the area VIP status and thus it is declared of special importance for the national economy.

  • Karcag Logistics and Industrial Park

    Karcag Industrial Park 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.

  • 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.

  • New 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.

  • 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.

  • Polgár Industrial Park

    Polgár Industrial Park 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 27.500 sqm class ‘A’ warehouse space for rent, as well as development plots both for sale or for BTS.

  • New

    Sajószentpéter (HIPA)

    The 70 ha greenfield area is located 10 km from the city of Miskolc, which is the center of the region with a population of 360,000. It is easily accessible thanks to the 2×2 lane road that passes right next to the area. Due to its location, it can provide an ideal place for companies with a larger space requirement and to those who want to join the chemical axis formed by Wanhua-BorsodChem, Kischemicals Kft. and MOL Petrolkémia Zrt. companies in the region. In addition, the facilities of the area create an attractive environment for representatives of the battery industry.

RETAIL

  • Etele Plaza (Futureal Group)

    Hungary’s first smart plaza has opened at the country’s largest multimodal transport hub in Kelenföld with an outstanding range of stores and services, featuring unique digital and architectural solutions. The 55.000 sqm, environment friendly shopping and entertainment centre with its fashionable corridors, an elegant lobby, attractive decor, and an outstanding food court directly connected to the green-roofed terraces brings the latest generation of plaza design to Budapest.

     

  • New

    GOBUDA (WING)

    WING acquired the EuroCenter in Óbuda in 2018 which it began renovating in 2021, with a view to reopening it to the public under a new name in spring 2022. The renovation will provide North Buda with a modern, cosy, people-oriented shopping centre that will become a popular community destination in the area. The interior and exterior renovation aims to make GOBUDA Mall a focal point in Óbuda, where shopping is a unique experience. The handover will be on spring 2022.

  • 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.

  • 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

  • Aeropolis (Debrecen)

    The Aeropolis – aligned with Debrecen’s long term HR strategy and due to it’s excellent logistic capability – has the opportunity to be the second city center of Debrecen. At the northern part, there will be hundreds of affordable, yet modern apartments, which will be a desirable option for new residents. At the central area office buildings, service centers, hotels and restaurants will dynamize the local economic ecosystem. The southern district with the vicinity of the International Airport will offer logistic services.

  • 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.

  • Zala Springs Golf Resort (HIPA)

    The project is a complex golf, thermal and health care resort development programme consisting of various facilities: 5* accommodation with spa, villas, apartments, holistic healthcare services and the first RTJ II golf course in Central-Eastern Europe to comply with the highest International standards, in the area of lake Balaton, near to the world famous thermal lake Hévíz. The golf course and the first phase of the luxury serviced apartments (50 units) with thermal spa services are already implemented and successfully operated for more than 5 years. The project owner is open for negotiations with potential investors regarding further developments in the resort (health care medical services, further serviced apartments, hotel etc.). Already existing luxury accommodation units with guaranteed yield and second homes are continuously available for investors.

  • Zala Springs Golf Resort (HIPA)

    The project is a complex golf, thermal and health care resort development programme consisting of various facilities: 5* accommodation with spa, villas, apartments, holistic healthcare services and the first RTJ II golf course in Central-Eastern Europe to comply with the highest International standards, in the area of lake Balaton, near to the world famous thermal lake Hévíz. The golf course and the first phase of the luxury serviced apartments (50 units) with thermal spa services are already implemented and successfully operated for more than 5 years. The project owner is open for negotiations with potential investors regarding further developments in the resort (health care medical services, further serviced apartments, hotel etc.). Already existing luxury accommodation units with guaranteed yield and second homes are continuously available for investors.

RESIDENTIAL

  • Aeropolis (Debrecen)

    The Aeropolis – aligned with Debrecen’s long term HR strategy and due to it’s excellent logistic capability – has the opportunity to be the second city center of Debrecen. At the northern part, there will be hundreds of affordable, yet modern apartments, which will be a desirable option for new residents. At the central area office buildings, service centers, hotels and restaurants will dynamize the local economic ecosystem. The southern district with the vicinity of the International Airport will offer logistic services.

  • New

    Kassák Passage (WING – LIVING)

    Kassák Passage is the second phase of the Kassák Residence, located on Klapka utca in the 13th district, Budapest. The project offers premium quality 262 apartments from 30 m² to 140 m², and in response to buyer requirements, includes mostly studio apartments and 1- or 3-bedroom apartments. The proximity of the downtown, the recreational activities offered by the nearby City Park and Margaret Island, the wide range of services available within easy reach, and the quiet and modern environment all make it an excellent choice for families and young couples alike. Community services were also incorporated in Kassák Passage and the high-tech apartments will be fitted with smart devices.
    Handover: 2022

  • New

    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 will be developed in South Buda, District 11 on 8-hectare land. LAKE11 will offer park and lakeside villa houses, green parks and several public spaces with promenades and outdoor facilities. The developer will create 900 homes in the area offering apartments from studios to 1, 2, 3, 4 bedroom apartments, penthouses and one of a kind duplexes.

  • New

    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.

  • MOME Campus (BFK)

    In 2014, the government of Hungary decided on the development MOME’s campus. In order for creative industry to develop into one of Hungary’s key sectors, world-class education needs to be provided in Budapest. This is guaranteed by a truly 21st century university for design, one that relies on traditions and is globally competitive. The new MOME Campus boosts the chances of achieving outstanding Hungarian performances and thanks to its construction, it solidifies two Hungarian world-class success stories, thus reinforcing Hungary’s standing in the world: Budapest is the country’s capital city and the home of Hungarian creative industry.

  • NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF PUBLIC SERVICE – Ludovika Campus (BFK)

    The project is the largest urban development programme since the change of regime. By 2018, Hungary’s largest university campus development project had been completed in the heart of the Józsefváros district of Budapest. The campus hosts 7,000 students studying at 5 faculties and dormitories with 1200 new beds. The campus is part of a sports complex of approximately 23,000 m2, which includes a multifunctional sports hall, swimming pool and outdoor sports fields open to the public.

  • 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.

  • New

    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 three phases, the residential park will offer altogether 700 apartments for those with a love for vibrant urban life. In addition to smart living solutions, to promote an optimal work-life balance Park West has been designed with community services, among others a community living room with co-working space, a library and a business corner.
    Handover: end of 2021

URBAN DEVELOPMENT

  • New

    Budapest South Gate Development (BFK)

    The Budapest South Gate Development is the renewal of a near 200 hectares former brownfield area only 20 minutes, 5km from the city centre. The development extends the city south along the river Danube and turns the area into a cutting-edge, innovative, sustainable urban neighbourhood where the focus is on the well-being and quality of life of the end-users, such as residents and office workers, and further including the long-needed development of high-quality student housing for approx. 12 000 students.

  • 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 m2 gross useful area provides services of top standards and closeness of nature experience with its 55,000 m2 office buildings, 15,000 m2 retail and service outlets and with 350 apartments having a total space of 35,000 m2, with sport and recreation facilities, with a conference hotel that offers 150-200 rooms and a conference room suitable for accomodating 800-1,000 persons, and with a green area that encompasses the project.

URBAN DEVELOPMENT – LIGET BUDAPEST PROJECT

  • 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.

  • Best Public Service Architecture (Museum of Ethnography)

    In 2018 the new building of the Museum of Ethnography, renewed as part of the Liget Budapest Project, won the world’s best public building award at the competition of the property business, the International Property Awards, during the quarter of a century history of which this was the first time that a Hungarian building won the title of the world’s best in its category. The spectacular building of the new Museum of Ethnography will open this spring as one of Europe’s most modern ethnographic institutions, awaiting visitors with large-scale exhibitions and special communal spaces.

  • Liget Budapest Project

    The Liget Budapest is now Europe’s largest-scale and most complex cultural urban development project. It is aimed at the comprehensive development of the 100-hectare City Park in Budapest and includes the renewal and enlargement of the park’s green areas and recreational functions as well as those of its hundreds of years’ old institutions. New institutions have been or are being constructed only on locations that were previously occupied by buildings or parking areas, which means that the developments will not reduce the green areas even by a square metre. On the contrary, after the project is implemented in its entirety, the original proportion of the green areas will have increased from 60 percent to 65 percent, and the City Park, i. e. the Liget Budapest, will be one of Europe’s largest and most complex cultural districts with its developments encompassing 150 years.

  • House of Music, Hungary

    The House of Music, Hungary was opened at the beginning of 2022. The design of the iconic building, created by star architect Sou Fujimoto, was selected by the jury from among 170 or so international projects and its implementation attracted international attention from the architectural profession worldwide. Both CNN and the World Architecture Community listed it among the most anticipated buildings in the world, and it won several prestigious accolades even before its completion. The emblematic building has enriched Budapest with a truly contemporary masterpiece: its organically undulating canopy and extensive glass walls without any horizontal structural divisions lend it an inimitable appearance. The extraordinary building houses a complex institution of musical initiation, welcoming visitors all year round with a wide range of events and endless experiences. Since its opening, it has been operating with a full house.

  • Museum of Ethnography (Liget Budapest Project )

    The new building of the Museum of Ethnography, to be built as part of the Liget Budapest Project, won the world’s Best Public Service Architecture prize at the Property Awards competition in 2018. This was the first time in the twenty-five years of the International Property Awards that a Hungarian building was recognised as the best in its category.

  • New National Gallery (Liget Budapest Project )

    The new National Gallery – to be implemented based on the designs of the Pritzker Award laureate Japanese SANAA Architects – will be a modern and architecturally outstanding facility worthy of the City Park and – reviving an old tradition – will provide the venue for the joint exhibition of Hungarian and international masterpieces from the period after 1800, representing one of the most important public collections of Hungary. With its attractive temporary exhibitions and cultural events, the new museum could truly become an inspiring location of the 21st-century Hungarian and European art scene.

  • Museum of Fine Arts

    The most comprehensive renewal in the history of the more than 100-year-old Museum of Fine Arts was implemented thanks to the Liget Budapest Project. As a result of the renovation, visitors can again admire the fascinating Romanesque Hall of the building, which has been restored to its original pomp after 70 years. The museum has been a primary destination for both Hungarian and foreign tourists with its exhibitions having attracted almost one million visitors since the reopening. The outstanding value of the reconstruction project was recognised with the most important accolade given to monuments: the Europa Nostra Award.

  • Hungarian Transport Museum – House of Hungarian Innovation (Liget Budapest Project )

    The Hungarian Transport Museum is planned to be fundamentally revamped: it will display its unrivalled collection at two exhibition venues equipped with 21st-century technology. According to the plans, the venue in the City Park – to be renovated based on the original designs – will house an interactive exhibition devoted to Hungarian technical inventions and innovations, while the almost 120-year-old institution of the old transport museum will be accommodated in a complex to be built in the framework of a brownfield development, on a site not located in the City Park. The original designs made in 1896 by Ferenc Pfaff for the building in the City Park, have been recreated by the Mérték Architectural Studio.

  • National Museum Conservation and Storage Centre (Liget Budapest Project)

    The National Museum Conservation and Storage Centre, located in the vicinity of the City Park, on the former site of the old hospital in Szabolcs Street, was completed in 2019 based on the designs of the Narmer Architecture Studio. It provides outstanding professional functions and technical infrastructure for the storage of the artefacts and works of art of the Museum of Ethnography, the Museum of Fine Arts and the Hungarian National Gallery. The complex includes the newly established Central European Art History Research Institute. A freely usable park on an area of 13 thousand square metres also formed part of the development.

  • 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.

  • Playgrounds (Liget Budapest Project)

    The Main Playground, one of Hungary’s biggest and most inspiring such facilities, was also implemented within the framework of the Liget Budapest Project. This part of the park, occupying an area of 13 thousand square metres, has almost 50 special playing features, with its spectacular central element being a three-tier climbing frame inspired by Pál Szinyei-Merse’s painting titled Balloon. Since its opening, the Main Playground has become an important milestone on the road leading to the creation of a family- and children-friendly City Park. Thanks to the Liget Budapest Project, the renewed park will have seven new playgrounds.

  • Sensory Garden

    Hungary’s first Sensory Garden, specifically built as a place of relaxation and recreation for the blind and the partially sighted, has been revamped in the City Park. The almost one-hectare area has been made fully accessible and it has been equipped with modern features, while its green area has been rehabilitated and its special playground, which is fitted with custom-made installations, has been renovated and extended.

  • House of the Hungarian Millennium

    The monument reconstruction of the former Olof Palme House, one of the oldest and most prominent buildings in the City Park, was also realised within the framework of the Liget Budapest Project. Thanks to dozens of restorers working on the project for two years, after decades of neglect the house has finally been given the care and attention deserving of its values. Its original Zsolnay ceramic decoration has been restored to its former beauty and now it awaits visitors as one of the most attractive Hungarian architectural treasures of Budapest.

  • 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.

  • Városliget Theatre (Liget Budapest Project)

    After more than 60 years, the City Park will have a theatre once again. The facility, planned to await children and young people with its programme, is planned to be constructed based on the designs of the former Secessionist building, while meeting the requirements of modern operation. According to the plans, the exterior of the theatre will evoke its historic predecessor, while its interior will be equipped with the most advanced stage technology: it is envisioned as a real ‘house for children’ with a wide range of family events inviting everybody to feel at home.

  • 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

  • Aeropolis (Debrecen)

    The Aeropolis – aligned with Debrecen’s long term HR strategy and due to it’s excellent logistic capability – has the opportunity to be the second city center of Debrecen. At the northern part, there will be hundreds of affordable, yet modern apartments, which will be a desirable option for new residents. At the central area office buildings, service centers, hotels and restaurants will dynamize the local economic ecosystem. The southern district with the vicinity of the International Airport will offer logistic services.

  • New

    Duna Arena (BFK)

    The Danube Arena, the central venue of the 2017 World Aquatics Championships, is one of the most significant sports investments since the change of regime. Situated at the northern gate of Budapest on the Banks of the Danube, the iconic building was built within the budget and in record time. The history of the complex is an example of joining forces and the talent of Hungarians: Hungarian engineers fulfilled tasks in a creative and brilliant manner.

  • New

    Groupama Arena (BFK)

    In August 2014, we inaugurated Groupama Arena, the new home of the Ferencváros football team, which was voted as the best newly built stadium in the world at the Stadium Business Awards. The operation of the facility that was completed within the budget and on time is profitable, thanks to its multifunctional nature and excellent location. During the reconstruction of the Puskás Arena, the home matches of the Hungarian national football team were held here, and in May 2019 it hosted the final of the Women’s Football Champions League.

  • 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.

  • New

    Puskás Arena (BFK)

    The Puskás Arena is the largest and most contemporary multifunctional experience arena in Central Europe and is the co-venue of the 2020 European Football Championships. The proximity of the grandstands (all chairs are within 80 metres from the arena) guarantees a true football experience. It is suitable for hosting the football Champions League and Europa League finals as it meets the requirements of the UEFA IV category. It hosts large-scale concerts, and is also a worthy venue for international conferences and banquets.

LEGAL ADVISORY