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Articles - JLL

The Budapest Research Forum hereby reports its Q1 2019 office market summary.

The Budapest Research Forum (hereinafter the ‘BRF’, which comprises CBRE, Colliers International, Cushman & Wakefield, ESTON International, JLL and Robertson Hungary) hereby reports its Q1 2019 office market summary.

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New promotions at JLL’s leasing department

JLL Hungary’s leasing division has strated the new year with new promotions, from this January Krisztina DeákMajor is the head of landlord representation.

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This spring Lindt opens its new retail store in Budapest

Last spring JLL's retail leasing department has already announced that the Swiss premium quality Lindt chocolate brand is planning to open its first self-operated retail store in the country. As a result of a thorough market research, JLL's advisers have found the ideal Buda location on the ground floor of Allee Shopping Center.

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Successful year-end, unbroken momentum at JLL

In 2018 JLL's Hungarian office closed an outstanding year, the company contributed to the biggest sales transaction of the year, and the office leasing division also outperformed its last year's performance.

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Green Court launched by CODIC creating focal point for inner Váci Corridor

Codic International, the Brussels-based developer, announced that construction has commenced on the office component of Green Court, their latest mixed-use development to be realized in partnership with the Hungarian Pesti Házak and the Austrian Venta Group. The project is located in Budapest on Dózsa György út, the new focus point of the inner Váci corridor.

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The Budapest Research Forum hereby reports its Q4 2018 office market summary.

The Budapest Research Forum (hereinafter the ‘BRF’, which comprises CBRE, Colliers International, Cushman & Wakefield, ESTON International, JLL and Robertson Hungary) hereby reports its Q4 2018 office market summary.

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More than €1.8 billion transacted on the Hungarian commercial real estate market in 2018

During 2018 the total commercial real estate investment transaction volume passed the €1.8 billion level in Hungary, marking the third consecutive year of stable and strong investor appetite and the highest annual transaction volume since 2007– according to JLL Hungary's latest forecast.

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How Europe’s cities are embracing flexible space

As more companies of all shapes and sizes choose turn to flexible space – whether its hot-desking areas in buildings they already occupy or taking space in independently owned coworking set-ups - it's fast becoming part of modern working life and a small but increasingly significant part of Europe's office markets.

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