The successful insurance brokerage firm, known for its nationwide coverage, chose to remain at Árpád Center due to the flexible lease terms and bespoke solutions tailored to tenant needs. ConvergenCE highlighted that, in response to tenant feedback, smaller office spaces in the 5,400-square-meter building are now available for lease, even for as short as one year.

Eurorisk Biztosítási Alkusz Kft., a consistent top 10 player amongst the Hungarian insurance brokerages for over 30 years, has been operating from Árpád Center since 2016. With a team of 120 brokers and a network of regional offices, the company provides nationwide service to its clients.

“Our decision was supported by our excellent relationship with ConvergenCE, the flexible leasing approach, and the effective collaboration in addressing the refurbishment and size adjustment issues,” said Lajos Papp, Managing Director of Eurorisk.

“We aim to build strong, long-term relationships with companies that find their home here, who appreciate our flexible approach and tenant-focused property management,” said Dóra Papp-Vas, Leasing Director at ConvergenCE. She added that the building, equipped with a 66-space underground garage, now offers smaller office units for short-term leases thanks to the floor plan layout.

Árpád Center is easily accessible by car, public transportation, and bicycle. The building houses a pharmacy, a tobacco shop, and two restaurants, with additional dining options, a drugstore, a post office, a grocery store, a fitness center, and shopping centers nearby.

According to Dóra Papp-Vas, one of the unique features of the Árpád Center on the Váci office corridor is the 500-square-meter office space with a 100-square-meter private terrace on the 5th floor that is now available for leasing. This space is particularly appealing to clients seeking a unique, move-in-ready office.

“We observe that panorama and terrace have become key factors in office selection. This trend has become particularly visible since the end of the pandemic, with the wider adoption of the 'office first' principle,” she explained.

Terraced offices positively impact employees' emotional and physical well-being. These spaces also serve as alternative meeting and collaboration zones, supporting creativity and strengthening employee engagement.