Eiffel Palace wins three prizes at FIABCI Hungary awards

Awards

Eiffel Palace received triple recognition in December at the FIABCI Hungary Prix d’Excellence Awards Ceremony, according to reports. The competition and the event were both held by the Hungarian FIABCI Chapter and the Hungarian Real Estate Association, and endorsed by Zsolt Füleky, deputy secretary of state for architecture.

The building was named the best in the office category, earned the special prize of irodakereso.info, and received the third prize in the overall assessment of all nominations.

“Among the numerous awards that Eiffel Palace received this year, the acknowledgement of the Hungarian FIABCI chapter is one of the most prestigious ones. Winning the office category also opens the door for us to compete in the international commercial property arena, which is a great opportunity to showcase our project on a global scale” Horizon Development Managing partner Attila Kovács said.

Eiffel Palace is said to be the first and so far the only office development in Central and Eastern Europe that qualified for both the BREEAM and the LEED environmental qualifications, having met the strict criteria of both green building certification systems.

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