OFFICE

  • Aréna Business Campus (Atenor)

    Aréna Business Campus is an A+ category complex and will offer 72.000 m2 office space. It will consist 4 buildings, with an exceptional proportion and significance of green areas. The location is excellent, the property is in a few minutes walking distance from the metro station. The place is also close to Aréna Plaza Shopping Mall, furthermore, the services offered in-house, and social and recreational areas will play a significant role.

  • Budapest One Business Park (Futureal Group)

    The 65 400 sqm office park, that has already received the international WELL Building Platinum pre-certification, has a unique facade and structural design and is located in Őrmező, Budapest. The first phase of the complex with 25 000 sqm has already been handed over. The area is easily accessible and contains Hungary’s largest multimodal transport intersection. 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 7 (Futureal Group)

    Corvin7 office building opens a new chapter in the success story of the Corvin Promenade. The complex is being developed in two phases and will provide nearly 30,000 m2 of GLA in total. With its unique facade and design, Corvin7 is going to transform the look of Szigony Street. The ’A’ category Corvin7 has been designed and will be operated according to the BREEAM and WELL Building (WELL) certification system to ensure it has a positive impact on the well-being and health of the people that work there.

  • evosoft-Siemens székház (WING)

    Az evosoft új dél-budai irodája világszínvonalú munkahely lesz és a Duna-part egyik új meghatározó épülete. Az épület hasznosítható bruttó alapterülete 22.000 négyzetméter lesz, amihez egy 520 férőhelyes, földalatti parkoló is tartozik. Az irodaház a legmodernebb technológiákkal rendelkezik majd és a legmagasabb tervezési színvonalon készül. Az épületeben 1.500 fő fog dolgozni.
    Tervezett környezetvédelmi minősítés: LEED Gold
    Átadás: 2021. január

  • 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

    Gizella Campus (WING)

    Development project in more phases
    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

  • New

    Gizella LOFT (WING)

    8,500 square meter office refurbishment project at Siemens’s Gizella út premises. The new office development, Gizella LOFT will offer modern, people-centric and cost-efficient office space from 2020 in a quiet and peaceful green area in the centre of the central park of the block. It is directly and easily accessible by car, bicycle and public transportation. It is located right next to the refurbished Zugló railway station, a 5-minute walk away from the renewing Városliget.

  • New

    Liberty (WING)

    With a total floor space of 40 thousand square meters, the Liberty Office Building will offer premium offices right next door to the recently inaugurated Telekom headquarters, in one of Budapest’s most dynamically developing districts. In addition to a technology for energy efficiency, the building also incorporates several other creative architectural solutions. The building’s main appeal will be a greenhouse with plants, fountains on the topmost floor as well as a panoramic sky bar and a cafe.
    Planned sustainability rating: BREEAM Excellent

  • Váci Greens (Atenor)

    Váci Greens is a campus style development with 6 buildings, 130,000 m2 of A+ class offices within a green working environment. It is easily accessible, situated only 300 m from the metro. ATENOR has developed all buildings with BREEAM Excellent ratings. The first 4 buildings are 100% leased to international tenants like GE, SUEZ, BNP Paribas, Givaudan, Accenture, Unilever, Aon, Atos, Ford. The last two buildings “E” and „F” are under construction and will be handed over in 2020 Q2 and 2020 Q3.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • New

    Győr Arrabona project (HIPA)

    This revitalisation project turns a current industrial plot to a new city sub-centre, what will include a 22.000 sqm “A” category office building, institutional, educational, hotel, residential and retail functions too. The complex will be built with innovative technical solutions and high-tech design focusing on efficiency and sustainability. These features will include an extensive green roof with solar panels, Ethernet-powered LED connected lighting, sensors which measure temperature and carbon dioxide levels, a rainwater harvesting system, aerobic composters, electric vehicle charging stations and a smart heating-cooling control centre. It is located in the centre of western Hungary’s industry hub, neighbouring the world’s largest engine factory and the Audi assembly factory.

  • Office development in Pécs (HIPA)

    The former E.ON headquarters office building is on sale in its current condition. After some refurbishment works it could provide supplementary, good quality office space for the ever growing demand. The property is located right on the edge of the historical downtown of Pécs.

  • 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.

INDUSTRIAL, LOGISTICS

  • New

    Citylog3 development (WING)

    Development area located in Budapest’s 3. district: 12.000 sq m warehouse, 3.000 sq m office. Handover: 2020 Q4

  • East Gate Business Park (WING)

    The East Gate Business Park is a modern business park situated on a 36-hectare site at the intersection of the M3 motorway and M0 orbital road, which will grow to 150,000 m2 when fully developed. The diversity of the services provided – warehouse logistics, manufacturing and assemble sheds, with connected office units and stand-alone office buildings – and the built-to-suit nature of the facilities, make the centre popular among tenants. Hall (C), leasable area: 15.500 sq m warehouse, 2.300 sq m office, expected handover: 2019 Q4. Hall (D3), leasable area: 8.000 sq m warehouse, 1.500 sq m office, expected handover: 2020 Q2.

  • 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.

  • Industrial Park – Eastern Miskolc Industrial Area (HIPA)

    Due to the high utilization of the two industrial parks operated and developed by the City of Miskolc, the need for new industrial areas has come up. It creates investment opportunities for new investors firstly on a 120-hectare and a 400-hectare area. These new industrial parks offers favourable geographic and logistic location, renewable energy sources, developed technical infrastructure and attractive business environment.

  • 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.

  • New Science and Innovation Park (Szeged)

    Szeged a világszínvonalú ELI-ALPS Kutatóközpont mellett dinamikusan fejlődő infrastruktúrát és az Új Tudományos és Innovációs Parkban rejlő innovációs potenciált mutatja be.

  • 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.

  • Mechatronics Industrial Park (HIPA)

    The Miskolc Industrial Park has become one of the most significant industrial parks in the region, a new greenfield development area, with public utilities, called the Mechatronics Industrial Park. In Mechatronic Industrial Park all public utilities are available for the prospective investors. The current utility network and its capacity can be flexibly expanded in accordance with investors’ requirements. 39,5 hectares of outstanding logistical and geographical green field area were available with public utilities for investors, which by today operates with more than 80% occupancy rate. Available utilities: electric power; natural gas; water; waste water disposal; dewatering drainage; internal road.

  • Miskolc Southern Industrial Park (MSIP) and the new, 120 ha industrial area (HIPA)

    The 93.5 hectares area of Miskolc Southern Industrial Park lies on the southern border of Miskolc, next to the access road to the M30 highway. The area is easily accessible and lies between the Budapest—Miskolc main railway line and national main road no 3. Beyond strategic location and modern infrastructure we provide such complex business services tailorable to the needs of individual companies that provide a firm background to the stable operation of the companies and to the realization of their concepts. The area is typically suitable for industrial, energy production and settlement management sites and for commercial and service buildings. Available utilities: electric power; natural gas; water; waste water disposal; dewatering drainage; internal road. Due to the high interest for MSIP, new 120 ha industrial area is being developed by the Miskolc Holding Plc next to the Industrial Park with the same utilities mentioned above.

  • 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.

  • Vecsés Industrial Plot (HIPA)

    The project owner seeks investors to build a logistical centre or warehouse and utilize the logistical advantages of the M0 motorway. As the project states, the preliminary plans of a 48,000 sq.m logistical warehouse schedule the completion in different phases. According to the plans, this is just the first phase of a much larger, complex development, which includes several hotels and leisure facilities.

RETAIL

  • Etele Plaza (Futureal Group)

    Buda’s largest shopping centre, Etele Plaza is Futureal’s most significant retail project under development and is set to revitalize the Újbuda disctrict of Budapest. Once completed it will provide the biggest variety of shopping and entertainment facilities in its catchment area. The 55.000 sqm shopping and entertainment centre in Budapest’s southwestern district Újbuda, Etele Plaza is expected to attract up to 40,000 customers per day.

  • New

    Győr Arrabona project (HIPA)

    This revitalisation project turns a current industrial plot to a new city sub-centre, what will include a 22.000 sqm “A” category office building, institutional, educational, hotel, residential and retail functions too. The complex will be built with innovative technical solutions and high-tech design focusing on efficiency and sustainability. These features will include an extensive green roof with solar panels, Ethernet-powered LED connected lighting, sensors which measure temperature and carbon dioxide levels, a rainwater harvesting system, aerobic composters, electric vehicle charging stations and a smart heating-cooling control centre. It is located in the centre of western Hungary’s industry hub, neighbouring the world’s largest engine factory and the Audi assembly factory.

  • 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

  • New

    B&B Hotel (WING)

    The former Angyal office building faces the Danube, has good visibility and an excellent location. The vicinity of the downtown area, the business district and Budapest’s popular gastro-promenade, Ráday Street; the good accessibility of the area using public transport connections; and the easy reach of the motorways all make the building ideal for a future hotel. The expected handover of the hotel with 217 rooms on 9,400 sq m is Q4 2020.

  • Zala Springs Golf Resort (HIPA)

    The project is a complex development programme consisting of various facilities. A new, luxury 5* hotel with spa, villas, apartments, and the first RTJ II golf course in Central-Eastern Europe to comply with the highest International standards, will all be constructed in Hévíz-Zalacsány. The project owner has already started part of the investment and seeks investors only for the implementation of the luxury hotel and the spa.

  • 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.

  • Hotel Avas Miskolc (HIPA)

    Hotel Avas that was last renovated in the 1950s is situated at the most precious point of the historic downtown of Miskolc, along Europe’s longest pedestrian street. The building was once known and popular nationwide as a gastro-cultural centre and quality accommodation. The property is currently owned by the Municipality of Miskolc that is strongly committed to restore the reputation of the building by combining the expectations of modern age with traditional values.

  • New

    Győr Arrabona project (HIPA)

    This revitalisation project turns a current industrial plot to a new city sub-centre, what will include a 22.000 sqm “A” category office building, institutional, educational, hotel, residential and retail functions too. The complex will be built with innovative technical solutions and high-tech design focusing on efficiency and sustainability. These features will include an extensive green roof with solar panels, Ethernet-powered LED connected lighting, sensors which measure temperature and carbon dioxide levels, a rainwater harvesting system, aerobic composters, electric vehicle charging stations and a smart heating-cooling control centre. It is located in the centre of western Hungary’s industry hub, neighbouring the world’s largest engine factory and the Audi assembly factory.

  • Health Park Kapuvár (HIPA)

    Construction and operation of two hotels, a 50-apartment medical village and a complex therapeutic and spa centre. The project company was set up by private investors and is supported by the local municipality. The Company provides unique services such as medical water treatments, carbonic acid gas bath therapy, hydrotherapy, electrotherapy and other local special therapies along with auxiliary medical activities.

  • 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.

  • Sárvár Hotel development (HIPA)

    A ~37,000 sq.m development plot in Sárvár to be developed into a 100+ room 4* hotel on sale either in its present condition for € 1.99 mln. or to invest into a joint venture as part of a total ~€ 20 mln project cost. The greenfield development project is located right next to the exclusive, well- functioning 5-star Spirit Hotel (270+ rooms), and the Sárvár Adventure Park, in the immediate vicinity of Sárvár’s seven small lakes.

RESIDENTIAL

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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

  • Kassák Residence (WING – LIVING)

    The environmentally friendly apartments of Kassák Residence near Váci Road in Budapest, offering smart solutions and a high standard of comfort, are ideal for young people pursuing an urban lifestyle, as well as buyers who appreciate the development’s location close to downtown. In the first phase of the approximately 700-unit project, the construction of two buildings containing a total of 232 homes is under way. Handover: the first half of 2020.

  • Metropolitan Garden (WING – LIVING)

    Metropolitan Garden residential project will offer top-notch homes in a modern green environment, in the centre of District 13, Budapest. Responding to 21st century needs, the development will feature smart solutions, furthermore shared services in a unique way. The project will include 105 apartments built in one phase. It is best suited to young people and families with little children who place a high degree of importance on being close to the city centre, having a large spectrum of services and a green environment.
    Handover: 2020

  • 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

  • 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.

  • 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.

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

  • Liget Budapest Projekt

    Városliget is Budapest’s most popular park. Besides being ideal for relaxation, the park is also a green oasis and home to cultural, entertainment and recreational facilities, making it unique worldwide. It is our objective to make the park a place for safe and carefree fun. As originally envisioned, the Liget Budapest Project, aimed at the comprehensive renewal of the park, combines the largest park and landscaping undertaking ever to be implemented in Hungary with the most complex institutional development programme since the millennium.

  • 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)

    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.

  • House of Hungarian Music (Liget Budapest Project)

    The House of Hungarian Music will present the history of music from the dawn of the human voice to modern musical trends, but will place special emphasis on Hungarian music and its diverse history. The graceful and environmentally friendly building, designed by Japanese star architect Sou Fujimoto, will provide a highly advanced venue for museum exhibitions and concerts, and is envisioned to become a true communal space with its concert and lecture halls, open-air stage, a wide range of edutainment options and an absolutely unique sound dome.

  • 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, designed by the Pritzker Prize-winning SANAA Architects of Japan, will be a state-of-the-art, architecturally outstanding facility and of one of the most important Hungarian public collections that it will bring to audiences. The halls of the gallery will return to tradition and exhibit the post-1800 masterpieces of Hungarian and international art together. With its attractive temporary exhibitions and cultural events, the gallery will be an exciting venue in the life of 21st-century Hungarian and European art.

  • Museum of Fine Arts

    The long awaited renovation of the Museum of Fine Arts is completed and the building was re-opened in October, 2018, more 100.000 visitors was registered ever since. The comprehensive reconstruction of the institution is simultaneously aimed at the restoration of the building’s historic values and at the modernisation of its technological and operational systems to meet 21st-century requirements.

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

    The Transport Museum will be reinvented at a conceptional level: its unrivalled collection will be displayed in two exhibition venues which will meet 21st-century requirements. The Városliget building will be rebuilt according to its original design by Mérték Architecture Studio, and will house an interactive show devoted to Hungarian technical inventions and innovations, while the almost 120-year-old transportation museum will be moved into a new facility and will be realised as a brownfield development outside Városliget.

  • Városliget Theatre (Liget Budapest Project)

    After more than sixty years without one, Városliget will once again have a theatre. The theatre will be rebuilt based on the former Secessionist design, but will operate in a modern environment. The old-new Városliget Theatre will be more than just a theatre: it will be a children’s venue with an exterior to evoke the former building – since demolished – and its interior equipped with state of the art technology. Functioning as a genuine ’house for children’, it will attract the public with a wide range of family events in an inviting environment.

  • NATIONAL MUSEUM RESTORATION AND STORAGE CENTRE (Liget Budapest Project)

    The National Museum Restoration and Storage Centre will store and maintain artwork from the Museum of Ethnography, the Museum of Fine Arts and the Hungarian National Gallery. The building complex will be constructed near Városliget according to the design of Narmer Architecture Studio. It will also house a brand new institution, called the Central European Research Institute for Art History. A park of 13,000 square metres available for use to all will also be built in connection with the project.

  • Olof Palme House – House of Millenium (Liget Budapest Project)

    The long-awaited reconstruction of the Olof Palme House will finally become a reality. The Neo-Renaissance building in the heart of the park has a floor space of 1,100 square meters and is now in a poor state of repair. After its renovation, it will be assigned the cultural and hospitality function that it had in the past. Its original Zsolnay porcelain decorations will also be restored; moreover, the landscape design plans contain a 2,500-square-meter rose garden with benches and colourful plant placements.

  • Pavilions (Liget Budapest Project)

    The first visible manifestations of the Liget Budapest project are the three new pavilions built according to original designs made in the Oriental style by Frigyes Feszl which replaced the obsolete row of stands that once lined the Állatkert Boulevard. The new buildings house atmospheric cafés, art and gift shops, thus preserving the Liget’s gastronomic and commercial functions. One of the oldest surviving buildings of the Liget, the former station of the predecessor of the Budapest Transport Company, has also been renovated; it will operate as a dining facility.

  • Biodome (Liget Budapest Project)

    The large-scale expansion of the Zoo will include Pannon Park, which will present the ancient flora and fauna of the Carpathian Basin on some 5 hectares. The central element of this will be the Biodome, designed by the Mérték Architecture Studio. The green area covering the exterior of the vast hall will make it resemble a grassy slope with vast glass surfaces, while its interior will attract visitors with its lush vegetation and diverse fauna. The building will be complemented by open-air runways as well as a state-of-the-art marine aquarium.

  • Kós Károly Promenade (Liget Budapest Project)

    As a result of the complex development of Városliget, the plants of the park will be completely rejuvenated and their quantity significantly expanded. The garden for the blind will be renewed, along with the rondo and the small botanical garden. Through-traffic will cease in the Liget bringing more fresh air to the flora and the fauna while reducing noise and air pollution. Visitors will be able to enjoy new sport, recreational and dining facilities. The surface of Városliget Lake will be increased nearly sixfold and the park will be made fully wheelchair accessible.

  • Playgrounds (Liget Budapest Project)

    The Liget Budapest Project will include the construction of a child-friendly space where every child will find the most fun and interesting activities possible. The playgrounds and community spaces will be designed to educate young people about environmental protection, to enhance a positive attitude toward nature, and to develop their social sensitivity. The Liget will provide children with a safe and clean environment, guaranteeing worry-free entertainment.

  • Sports fields (Liget Budapest Project)

    Városliget attracts many sports enthusiasts, for whom a two-kilometre-long circular running track will be constructed, in addition to sport courts and popular open-air workout machines. The sports grounds will be surfaced with modern artificial grass and soft court covering, while outdoor fitness facilities will be available in addition to ball games. All newly constructed roads will be suitable for cycling. Convenience facilities will include changing rooms, showers and drinking fountains.

  • Városliget lake (Liget Budapest Project)

    Most people associate Városliget primarily with its lake, which is one of the most favoured locations enjoyed by visitors to the park. That is why the lake will be restored in order to create a significantly increased water surface and to adorn Városliget all year round. After its renewal, the lake will have a water surface six times larger than its present size and will embrace the Széchenyi Island and the rehabilitated Páva (Peacock) Island, and will feature its own flora and fauna.

  • The Sensory Garden

    The Sensory Garden in the Városliget, Hungary’s first such spot offering opportunities for relaxation and recreation specifically for the blind and visually impaired, has been renewed. Renovation and modernisation has been completed on these 9,200 square metres of grounds set up for strolling and play. Thanks to the Liget Budapest Programme, though, the Sensory Garden has been completely renewed inside and out: the grounds have been made accessible and furnished with modern amenities, with the flora also rehabilitated and the playground and its special equipment renovated and expanded. The park’s patrons got to try it out on 15 October 2018, International White Cane Safety Day.

ENTERTAINMENT

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

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