Atenor's Hungarian portfolio now exceeds 350,000 sqm
Aréna Business Campus
The Belgian developer Atenor's Hungarian portfolio now exceeds 350,000 sqm, making up a considerable share of the company's total of 1,300,000 sqm of built-in and under-construction areas.
Atenor's international portfolio currently consists of 33 high-quality, modern leasable office, residential and mixed-use projects.
The developer considers taking responsibility for the environment of paramount importance, only creating sustainable buildings that are classified BREEAM "Excellent".
In 2008, Atenor became the first in Hungary to develop a green office building. In addition, the company is also looking to contribute to making cities more livable by minimizing local pollution and using technologies that prove effective in combating climate change.
Atenor's portfolio in Hungary includes four office developments and one residential project.
The six-building Váci Greens complex is the company's first Hungarian development project, as well as one of the largest and most successful campus developments in Hungary with 123,000 sqm of "A +" category office space. The office park was the first in Hungary to receive the BREEAM “Excellent” rating in 2011. Furthermore, Atenor was the first developer to announce in the summer of 2019 that all of its buildings will be designed according to criteria tailored to people with special needs created by Access4you, which is why the latest buildings of Váci Greens (E and F) have already been built accordingly.
While still in the construction phases of the last Váci Greens buildings, Atenor launched the 72,000 sqm, “A +” category, environmentally conscious mega-project of Aréna Business Campus on Hungária körút in the spring of 2018. Each building in the four-building office campus will offer large, contiguous, and efficient office space and will also feature a huge community park between the buildings. The first building of the project, Building A, was handed over in May 2020, which, similarly to the buildings of Váci Greens, has also obtained BREEAM “Excellent” and Access4You Gold certifications. The second building, Building B, will be handed over in the third quarter of 2022.
RoseVille is a premium “A +” category office project with 15,000 sqm of leasable, exclusive office space in Óbuda, next to Rózsadomb. The company says that it aimed to create a human-centered and modern workplace that fits organically into the historical image of the settlement and stands out as a modern gem for the needs and development of companies moving here. It will be handed over in Q3 2022.
BakerStreet – the company's latest campus development – will be delivered in two phases in the heart of South Buda, with environmentally conscious solutions, high-quality materials, and cutting-edge architectural technology. The planned handover of the 16,500 sqm first phase is expected in Q1 2023, while the design stage of the 25,000 sqm second phase is in the finishing stages.
Atenor also entered the residential real estate market in Hungary this year, with its latest project named LAKE11 Home&Park. The green belt residential park investment will be developed in South Buda, District XI on an 8-hectare land. The multi-phase development in addition to various architectural concepts such as "row houses", "park houses" and "lake villa houses" will offer green parks and several public spaces with promenades, outdoor relaxation points, sports facilities and a running track around the lake. Cooperating with four renowned architect studios, the developer will create some 850 homes in the area offering apartments from studios to two-, three-, and four-bedroom apartments, penthouses, and duplex apartments.
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