Wing ranked 1st in 3 categories at CRE Awards

Awards

EuropaProperty organized the 4th CRE Awards this month to recognize the best buildings, companies, property deals, and industry professionals on the market in Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, and the Balkans. Wing received first prize in the Retail Developer and Office Developer categories, and the Gobuda Mall project also triumphed in the Refurbishment/Extension Project category.

The winners of the 24 categories were announced at a gala dinner at the InterContinental Hotel in Budapest.

Real estate developer and investor Wing Group was ranked first this year in the Retail Developer and Office Developer subcategories of the Company of the Year category, based on recently completed developments and developments in progress.

These are the Gobuda Mall shopping center, the Liberty office and hotel complex, the Liget Center and Auditorium (RTL’s new headquarters), and the HOP Passage office building in Hungária Office Park.

In the Project of the Year category, WING’s Gobuda Mall project was awarded as the best Refurbishment/Extension Project. The 10-month, complete renovation transformed Govuda Mall into a modern building with a leasable area of 25,000 sqm that meets the needs of today’s consumers: it has space for around 100 stores, and various services are available.

 The building has been completely renovated inside and out, and it has new functions: some of the former engineering areas have been converted into offices, while on the roof, a green roof terrace, a roof garden, and a playground will be built in the near future.

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