Green House is the greenest commercial development project on the Hungarian office market, and the first one to pre-certify for LEED Platinum. Future tenants will benefit from an ideal combination of sustainability, creativity, work efficiency and cost-effectiveness in the building from December 2012.
The building is located in the 13th district of Budapest, bordered by Kassák Lajos, Tüzér and Lőportár Streets and Kassák Park. The green office building was carefully planned to create ideal workspaces, while also considering our micro- and macro environment. Cutting-edge environmental solutions and green technologies are applied in each and every development phase to minimize the building’s environmental footprint, and reduce its energy use and carbon dioxide emissions.
Great accessibility by car, public transportation, bicycle or train.
Tram: 1, 2, 4, 6, 14, 19
Bus: 15, 26, 32, 34, 91, 105, 106, 115, 120, 131, 191, 206, 291
Trolley: 72, 73, 75, 76, 79
The Hungarian investment market was perceived to be improving over the last 12 months, but Colliers International has only recently been able to report that available opportunities have converted into significant deals.
Skanska Property Hungary has sold its internationally awarded Green House office project. The new owner of the green office building is the Hungarian open-ended property fund Torony Real Estate Investment Fund managed by Diófa Fund Management, a member of FHB Group.
Green House was chosen to be the World Gold Winner in the office category for the FIABCI World Prix d’Excellence Awards 2014. The highest recognition was handed over by Dr. Flavio Gonzaga Nunes, the World President of FIABCI, during the 65th Fiabci World Congress and World Prix d’Excellence Awards Presentation Ceremony on the 21st of May in Luxembourg.
EuropaProperty would like to thank all those that attended the 3rd annual CEE Green Building Awards Gala. Held in Warsaw on November 28th, at the Intercontinental Hotel, the glittering awards ceremony was once again packed with around 200 real estate professionals from all over the CEE region, who applauded all the finalists across 21 categories as the prestigious trophies were handed out to loud cheers from winners and their guests.
One more big international company voted for Green House. Hungary’s first and only LEED Platinum certified office will be home to the Hungarian headquarters of MSCI as of 1 March 2014. The global provider of investment decision support tools will occupy 3,694 sq m of office space on the fourth and sixth floors in the 13th district property.