EuroCenter to be modernized by Bernecker
EuroCenter owner and developer WING has selected Bernecker Kft. to carry out general contractor tasks for the modernization of the shopping center located in the northern Buda area, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.
The shopping center has closed for the duration of the renovations and is scheduled to reopen in spring 2022, with a revamped appearance. The renovation project began in late April.
Located at the intersection of Bécsi út and Vörösvári út in District 3, EuroCenter has been owned by WING since 2018. EuroCenter opened its doors to visitors in 2000.
WING says that the consistent development of the district as well as the northern Buda area, and the increasing purchasing power of the nearby suburban areas and the corresponding changing demands justify the decision to revamp the building after more than twenty years.
The developer says that due to the 6,000 sqm mall's flexible layout, community spaces and a wide range of entertainment and culinary services, it has the potential to become the number one experience center and popular meeting place of North Buda in the future. According to the renovation plans, the complex will offer bicycle storage facilities and electric car charging stations among others. Visitors will also have access to public transport solutions.
EuroCenter is WING's fourth shopping center development project after successfully completing Agria Park in Eger, the Hegyvidék Shopping Center in Buda and the partial renovation and repositioning of MOM Park.
Since its founding over 20 years ago, Hungarian-owned Bernecker Kft. has covered a broad spectrum of civil engineering activities. The company has been active in the construction of industrial buildings, hotels, office buildings, and halls, as well as various properties in the residential real estate market.
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