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Wing named Developer of the Year at Real Estate Awards

Awards

Wing took home the "Developer of the Year" award at the Real Estate Awards gala, while the companyʼs Magyar Telekom HQ development was named "Real Estate Development of the Year," according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.

The new Magyar Telekom HQ was also recognized at the gala.

The Real Estate Awards gala, formerly known as The Office of the Year gala, was held for the eighth time in the Pesti Vigadó concert hall, recognizing the most significant real estate developers in the country. 

"We closed an exceptionally successful year last year, which resulted in us retaining and further strengthening our market-leading role," said Wing Chairman-CEO Noah Steinberg. "The foundation of Wingʼs success is commitment, expertise, and a professional attitude. Our goal is to create world-class buildings and contribute to the development of the Hungarian economy this way. We received the awards by the professional jury with great pleasure, because they prove the success of our activities."

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