Int'l tenant signs lease in Váci Greens E
ChemAxon has signed a new lease for approximately 3,050 sqm of office space in one of the latest additions to Atenor's Váci Greens office complex, Building "E", according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.
Thanks to the deal, the building’s occupancy now surpasses 54%.
"We are very pleased that once again an extremely significant global company has chosen the Váci Greens office development as its new headquarters. The company's decision reaffirms us that our perseverance and commitment to sustainability and quality is not in vain. Buildings ‘E’ and ‘F’, which were handed over in 2020 and offer a total of 50,000 sqm of the nearly 130,000 sqm buildings in Váci Greens, are of great interest, which is highly encouraging. Tenant activity on the office market is on the rise again, which is also justified by the decision of ChemAxon to move from Óbuda to the office corridor on Váci út" said Zoltán Borbély, country director at Atenor Hungary.
"At ChemAxon we are looking forward to the upcoming office move with enthusiasm, which is both fueled by the needs of our growing company and our eco-friendly company culture. We are pleased that the office building in Váci Greens can reduce ChemAxon’s environmental footprint by utilizing the most up-to-date solutions and that easily accessible public transport will encourage our colleagues to choose a greener option instead of cars for their commute to work," explains ChemAxon.
The Váci Greens mega-project offers exclusive and ergonomic offices on nearly 130,000 sqm.
Atenor was represented by Cushman & Wakefield during the transaction.
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