Krisztina Enzsöl Joins Atenor
Krisztina Enzsöl is joining the Atenor Leasing team this month, the company tells the Budapest Business Journal.
Enzsöl is a well-known player on the Hungarian office market who acted as a core member of Cushman & Wakefield's local team for more than two decades.
She started her career in the field of property management and became the tenant liaison manager of the East-West Business Center in 2004 where she learned the scope of office leasing. Several remarkable transactions led her straight to the office agency department, where she worked an associate from 2020.
Enzsöl's most significant clients as a tenant representation professional were GE & GE Healthcare, Intrum, Oracle, Nestlé, Varian, Philip Morris, DLA Piper, Unisys, and Diligent and she acted on behalf of landlords in relation to the leasing of office buildings such as East-West Business Center, Millennium Towers, Dorottya Udvar, Haller Gardens, Center Point I-II. etc.
”I am excited that I will be able to demonstrate the experience of 20 years of agency work in the real estate development business. I had multiple chance to move to the landlord side in the last few years, but I just have felt at Atenor that I could fully identify with the company philosophy. Not only the great developments, but the business policy, the international background, and not least the fantastic team which is why I decided on Atenor. I look forward to working together, achieving a lot of success together,” she said.
Zoltán Borbély, country director of Atenor added, “We have a long history with Krisztina since 2012 when as a Cushman agent she contributed to settle the first 200 workstations of GE to Váci Greens. Since then, GE became the largest occupier in Váci Greens on more than 44,000 sqm. Besides GE we have had several other joint transactions, and now we are warmly welcome her in our team.”
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