Liget Center Vitrum Structurally Complete

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New boutique office development Liget Center Vitrum, a Wing development, has reached its highest point, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal

Budapest City Park will soon find itself home to a new real estate development: the Wing Liget Center multi-building project. The development will involve not only the reconstruction of two buildings listed as historic monuments – serving as the main offices for RTL – but also a brand-new boutique office building named Liget Center Vitrum will also be completed in the fall.

Construction is proceeding on schedule, and the Vitrum building is now structurally complete, the developer says.

Vitrum is a nearly zero energy building and will offer a total of 2,200 sqm of leasable office space over six floors, with a range of green and smart solutions for tenants opting for a downtown location. The building will be handed over in its shell and core stage in autumn 2024.

The design office will be located next to Liget Center Classic and the Auditorium, both historic monuments, serving as examples of complex Hungarian modernist art and architecture.

“With the completion of Liget Center Vitrum building, the development of the Liget Center office complex has reached yet another milestone. This is a truly unique development, including both the construction of a completely new office building and the renovation of two office buildings listed as historic monuments. Together, they will form a harmonious complex capable of meeting the demands of the 21st century. In line with our objectives, we have paid particular attention to aesthetics, quality and sustainability: Liget Center Vitrum is a nearly zero-energy building with extensive vertical green spaces. The building offers state-of-the-art technical features for tenants looking for exclusive office space downtown, or even a suitable location for their entire headquarters," said Gábor Angel, deputy CEO of Wing Zrt responsible for offices.

Vitrum is located right next to Budapest City Park. The area combines a historic setting, a wide range of services, many excellent cultural, sporting, and entertainment facilities within easy reach, a green environment, and a metropolitan atmosphere. All of these make the project unique and lend the companies moving here an air of prestige, casual elegance, and unique style beyond simple well-being.

Liget Center Vitrum is designed by TIBA Architects Studio, while the general construction is carried out by Workup, a specialized division of Fitout Zrt.

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