B+N Referencia Zrt. leases top floor of Árpád Center

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B+N Referencia Zrt., a leading facility management company in Hungary, has rented 600 sqm office premises at Árpád Center, operated by ConvergenCE, from May.

“We are happy that we managed to find such a high-quality, modern office in the immediate vicinity of our HQ, and that the contracting process went smoothly in a short time,” said Ferenc Kis-Szölgyémi, CEO of B+N Referencia Zrt.

“Our research and development department was happy to occupy the new office area, where we are mainly testing and developing the Robin cleaning robot, our self-developed machine,” he added.

Dóra Papp-Vas, leasing director of ConvergenCE, noted, "We are delighted to welcome B+N Zrt. to Árpád Center, and I would like to thank Property Solution Group for their professional cooperation. I’m glad that Árpád Center is very popular among companies looking for good accessibility and an excellent working environment."

At the end of last summer, the office building was acquired by Investum Kft., whose managing director, János Locher, remarked that, "Nothing proves the success of the building better than the fact that such representative tenants as B+N Zrt., makes a long-term commitment to the building and I’m proud that with this transaction, the occupancy of the building is approaching 100% again."


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