GLL Real Estate presents new plans for Roosevelt building in Budapest

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In light of upcoming tenancy changes in the fourth quarter of this year, Munich-based real estate fund manager GLL Real Estate Partners unveiled design plans to rejuvenate Budapest’s Roosevelt office building, according to a press release issued today.

The redesign includes the creation of a new reception area, as well as a new lobby and upgraded offices, the statement said.  

The architectural concept behind the transformation is to turn the multi-tenant reception area into the new focal point of the building.

In their commitment to using top quality materials, GLL is planning to introduce new office standards in their Danube bank building that will feature both cellular and open space work areas, the statement said.

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