Árpád Center reaches full occupancy

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With the signing of the lease agreements between JOBGROUP and EverDerm, Árpád Center, fully managed by ConvergenCE, has reached full occupancy, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.

The HR service company and the aesthetics salon will move to the office building near Váci út and Árpád híd in the fall of 2021. The fit-out works of their new rental properties are executed by the project management department of ConvergenCE.

“The hybrid working system we prefer matches the flexible, well-designed office spaces of Árpád Center. In addition to the location and the wide range of services available in the area, it was also important for us to provide a pleasant and safe atmosphere for our colleagues as well as for clients and candidates visiting us,” Éva Fehér, managing director of personnel consulting firm JOBGROUP, said.

Beáta Slamovits-Horváth, managing director of EverDerm Laser Center Kft., specializing in laser treatments, explained, “We have long term plans in Árpád Center, where we are able to develop our nearly 400 sqm, uniquely designed aesthetics clinic in a high-quality, modern environment. The office building, providing welcoming spaces and a hospitable milieu, fits well with the high quality we represent. We aim to bring our services as close as possible to the people working at the Váci business corridor so its proximity was an outstanding aspect for us.”

Dóra Papp-Vas, leasing Ddrector of ConvergenCE, added, “The building, located in a spectacularly revitalized part of the 13th district, has been increasingly popular with companies looking for excellent accessibility and a friendly working environment. We are proud that with 100% occupancy, the total rent volume of Árpád Center has increased 1.5 times since its purchase. On top of the continuing trust of our tenants, this is all due to ConvergenCE’s asset, project and property management experience, and leasing expertise."

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