New tenant in myhive Haller Gardens

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Immofinanz has signed a new lease for more than 5,000 sqm of space in the recently modernized myhive Haller Gardens office building, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.

The new client will lease a gross space of 5,420 sqm on different floors throughout the office building.

Located in South Pest, the 7-story office building has recently been completely modernized, with a new function and design for the facade, garden, and lobbies, and modern and energy-efficient lighting inside and outside.

In addition to this, new services such as Service Point and the flexible mycowork and myoffice office products have been implemented here, and an event and meeting venue with high-tech event solutions has also been developed in the office building.

The building's sustainability is certified by BREEAM, while its accessibility for people with limited mobility is guaranteed by the Access4you certificate.

"Our new tenants have chosen myhive Haller Gardens because of our market-leading range of services, where their emerging needs can be fully met by the office building. Our modern, well-equipped office space is ready to welcome employees, and our amenities help to work efficiently and comfortably throughout the working days. I'm proud that our sales team has been able to secure such a high-volume deal at our modernized myhive Haller Gardens office building”, said Ottó Vörös, country manager finance & support, Immofinanz Hungary.

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