Two of ATENOR Hungary’s Office Projects Were Recognized Internationally In London This Year

  • 3 Nov 2022 1:35 PM
Two of ATENOR Hungary’s Office Projects Were Recognized Internationally In London This Year
ATENOR Hungary, international sustainable urban property developer, has won two honours at this year’s European Property Awards for two of its office developments in Buda.

Part of the world-renowned International Property Awards, European Property Awards 2022 celebrates outstanding achievements in real estate, development, architecture, interior design and marketing in the commercial and residential real estate sectors.

One of this year’s ‘Award Winners for Office Development’ is ATENOR’s BakerStreet development that features 42,000 sqm of grade A+ office space with retail units on the ground floor. Besides its outstanding design and sustainability features, the first phase of the development is also a commercial success with the entire building being pre-leased two years before delivery. 

With its exciting façade, internal gardens, atriums and welcoming ambience, RoseVille, ATENOR’s standalone 15,500 sqm office development in Buda,  also took home the honour of ‘Award Winner for Office Development’. The office building will be the latest addition to the North-Buda office submarket, which enjoys the lowest vacancy in Budapest.

Zoltán Borbély, Country Director of ATENOR Hungary, said:

 “The prizes won at the European Property Awards 2022 reaffirm our position as a real estate developer that focuses on improving the urban landscape for local communities while embracing innovation, sustainability and technology within our developments. The recognitions are reminders of great teamwork, diversity, architectural and technical excellence.”

Both projects were designed by Hungarian architect studio, Artonic, by lead architect Géza Szőkedencsi and his team.

The European Property Awards are judged by a highly experienced team of professionals from a variety of backgrounds and expertise. The panel considers key factors including architecture, design, quality, service, innovation, originality, and commitment to sustainability when selecting winners.

ATENOR is an international sustainable urban real estate developer with European expertise listed on the Euronext Brussels market. The company has a growing portfolio of mixed, sustainable and large-scale real estate projects in 10 European countries, currently representing about 1,300,000 m2.

Already a forerunner in terms of urban planning and development, ATENOR has in a few years become a leader in sustainable real estate development. To ensure maximum transparency and quality at international level, ATENOR has committed to have all its office projects BREEAM and WELL certified.

In addition, in October 2022 ATENOR sustainability policy has been awarded a 5 star and the title of Regional Listed Sector Leader Europe, but also that of Global Listed Sector Leader by the GRESB. * (Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark), an international organization which assesses Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) performances in the real estate sector.

Besides recognition for its commitment, these awards strengthen ATENOR’s position amongst its peers, and allow the company to stick to the course it has set and to send a clear message to capital markets and to investors. ATENOR will continue to deploy its commitment in order to remain amongst the leaders regarding sustainability and excellence within the real estate development sector.

About ATENOR: 

ATENOR is an urban real estate development company with European expertise listed on the Euronext Brussels market. Its mission is to provide, through its urban and architectural approach, adequate responses to the new requirements imposed by the evolution of urban and professional life. Within this framework, ATENOR invests in large-scale real estate projects that meet strict criteria in terms of location, economic efficiency and respect for the environment.

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