100% occupancy reached at myhive Atrium Park

Office Market

Thanks to successful new and extended leases, myhive Atrium Park, located on Váci út, has leased its entire 31,200 sqm office space, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.

As one of the flagship buildings of the myhive brand, the myhive Atrium Park in Budapest has consistently enjoyed high occupancy rates. In response to tenant demands, a number of new services have been introduced: in 2019, the first childcare facility was opened in a Budapest office building, and a year later, the mybeauty beauty salon debuted here. In recent months, two new flexible office concepts from the myhive brand - myoffice and mycowork - have been introduced in the building, and the myconference event and meeting space is now available to tenants as well.

Flexible office products, renewable interiors

Changes in recent years have created a strong demand for flexible office products, and the company has developed myoffice in response. This offers dedicated office space with unique amenities that can be moved in immediately, tailored to the client's needs, in a flexible construction.

With mycowork, tenants are able to rent a single desk for a period of time starting from one month and benefit from the full service portfolio of a premium office building. The shared office is fully equipped with services such as internet access, printing, cleaning, postal and parcel services, and a selection of drinks.

In addition, a multi-functional conference room equipped with state-of-the-art audiovisual technology - suitable for events, receptions, and presentations - was inaugurated. In addition to the common areas, the myconference also offers a lounge area, meeting rooms, and a full catering service.

"With our new flexible office services, we are able to fully meet the needs of our tenants, which reflect the changing office rental trends of recent times. In addition to the myoffice and mycowork services, our tenants can of course enjoy the full myhive service package of the office building: excellent infrastructure, common areas, and additional amenities for all myhive members," said Ottó Vörös, country manager finance & support, Immofinanz Hungary.

In addition to introducing services, the changing rooms, showers, and storage facilities for cyclists have been renovated and the complex's restaurant will be renewed this year, according to the press release.

Sustainable operation

Immofinanz is working with its tenants to develop and implement its zero-emission strategic mission, announced at the end of last year, to reduce total greenhouse gas emissions by 60% by 2030 (below 2019 levels) to achieve zero emissions across its entire value chain by 2040, exceeding the EU's climate neutrality target for 2050. The company says that it is already working hard to implement the strategy, with the first milestone being that, starting this year, its entire local office portfolio will rely on green energy.

At myhive Atrium Park, sustainable operations are supported by selective waste collection, LED lighting in common areas, and motion-sensing lights. The entire office building is powered by green energy, including the car park and common areas.

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