ConvergenCE commissioned for new Agora Budapest project

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Investor developer HB Reavis entrusted ConvergenCE with the leasing of 8,000 sqm of Agora Tower last year, followed by an additional 6,000 sqm at Agora HUB this February, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.

Agora Budapest, the new office and retail complex at the Pest end of the Árpád Bridge, offers office buildings with large community spaces, green landscapes and a variety of retail services. Some of the buildings are already occupied by major international tenants, such as Raiffeisen and bp.

Robert Kubinsky, CEO of HB Reavis said, "We are pleased to see that the latest and most spectacular office development of Váci Corridor have been recognized and appreciated by those interested in A+ category premium offices. With the help of ConvergenCE, we are constantly negotiating leases for vacant areas, so it was a natural decision to mandate them with the leasing of additional areas as well."

"It is a great honor to continue with these additional leasing tasks following the success of our collaboration with HB Reavis last year. This has further deepened the mutual trust between our companies, resulting in our involvement with the HUB building at this remarkable landmark office development," commented Dóra Papp-Vas, leasing director of ConvergenCE

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