ConvergenCE Given Exclusive Contract to Lease Agora Offices
Real estate services firm ConvergenCE has been given an exclusive contract to support owners HB Reavis in the leasing of Agora Tower, one of the newest additions to the Budapest office market, on Váci út.
The 16-floor building, which opened in June, is located at the foot of Árpád híd, on the Pest side of the capital. One of the features of the glass building is its roof structure that slopes sideways at a steep angle. Agora also boasts large community spaces and green areas.
The project features a number of innovative sustainability-focused characteristics, such as integrated, intelligent access technology and elevator control, mobile applications and smart parking.
Since February, ConvergenCE has concluded contracts with two new tenants beside the existing ones with Raiffeisen Bank and B+N Referencia Zrt. One of new tenants is Nowy Styl, a leading European furniture company that provides comprehensive furniture solutions for office and public spaces.
The other is with Stada Hungary Kft., a pharmaceutical company present in 130 countries worldwide. The offices of the two companies, both 500 sqm in size, are located on the 10th and 11th floors of Agora Tower, offering panoramic views of the capital.
Agora Tower also boasts retail outlets on the ground and first floors. These are aimed at serving the convenience, health and wellbeing of the occupants. Besides restaurants and cafés, there will be a hairdresser, a bakery, a supermarket, a drugstore, as well as a gym. Bicycle lanes have been set up around the building, while bicycle storage facilities and showers have been installed inside Agora itself.
“Agora Tower is a truly outstanding project, unique not only in its exterior features but also in the services it provides to the community,” says ConvergenCE leasing director Dóra Papp-Vas, who leads the leasing of Agora Tower.
“Such a special and people-focused office building stands out in the market. I would like to thank HB Reavis for their trust and this fantastic opportunity to work together,” she adds.
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