Liberty Complex to Welcome New Int'l Tenant

Office Market

Artistic rendering by Wing

Wing and Geodis have concluded a long-term lease agreement for a 1,200 sqm office space of the Liberty complex in Budapest.

The office will be located on the second floor of the south wing of the building and will represent a mixed (50% open-plan and 50% cellular) layout for the international company. The new lease agreement in Liberty building gives the opportunity for Geodis to move into a newly-built, energy-efficient, and modern building while providing a high-quality, sustainable environment for its employees to work in, both in terms of the accessible location and the services that are available within Liberty Office Building.

The company was represented by international property consultancy Cushman & Wakefield during the conclusion of the agreement.

Liberty building offers a wide range of complex services to its tenants’ employees, such as taxi ordering, dry cleaning, event organization, catering, and booking meeting rooms, as well as a rooftop running track and sports fields. Liberty will be home to a dual-branded three-star ibis and four-star Tribe hotel, and employees working in the office building will be able to use its prime services including the panoramic rooftop bar.

Thanks to the four-level underground car park, the building will offer a high number of parking spaces, which will be equipped with dedicated and community electric charging points.

Liberty is located at the intersection of Albert Flórián út and Könyves Kálmán körút, at the gateway to the city center when coming from the direction of Budapest Liszt Ferenc International Airport. The M3 metro line offers a direct connection to the city center, while tram line 1, which passes right in front of the building, is another alternative.

National and international lines are available from Népliget bus station and Ferencváros train station. Located just a few minutes away from Liberty is the Lurdy Ház shopping center, along with a variety of grocery stores and a number of dining and cultural options, while the neighboring Telekom headquarters building is also home to several restaurants and a Café Frei.

The building itself offers high-quality office spaces that can be flexibly arranged. The office spaces of the south wing are to be delivered in spring 2023, with the delivery of the hotel areas in the same wing scheduled for the second half of 2023. The Liberty complex is being developed in the pursuit of Breeam Excellent sustainability certification, Wing says.


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