Colliers wins PM and FM mandate of Codic’s Green Court Office

Office Market

Green Court by Codic

As of September 2021, Colliers is responsible for the property and facility management services of Green Court Office, a new, Class A office development by Codic, located on Dózsa György út, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.

“We are proud and happy for the new mandate, and excited to work on such a remarkable property. With our on-site team, we will provide the 20,200 sqm area the highest quality management, with tailored services. With this instruction, Colliers is now managing over 220.000 sqm property in Hungary," said Katalin Honi, head of property and facility management at Colliers Hungary.

Colliers previously had multiple successful transactions with Green Court Office. In early 2020 during a co-agency mandate, the real estate consultant company successfully leased a 11,300 sqm office space for a multinational, market leader company in alcoholic beverages, and in 2021 they advised Vagheggi, Italy’s leading professional phytocosmetics brand in a 300 sqm showroom and flagship store leasing transaction.

“We are happy that Colliers will manage our complex buildings and shared internal courtyard with the residential condominiums as property and facility manager. We are confident that working with the dedicated team of Colliers will meet the needs of our prime tenants," said Pál Szilvási, project manager of Codic Hungary


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