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OTIS extends lease in CityZen office building

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OTIS Felvonó Kft. has announced extending its lease contract in the CityZen office building managed and operated by ConvergenCE.

The tenant, a subsidiary of the American elevator and escalator manufacturer OTIS Elevator Company and a market leader in Hungary, leases nearly 900 sqm of office space in the building on Váci út.

Sándor Ványi, acting managing director of OTIS, commented, "Our employees feel comfortable at CityZen, where we can also welcome our visitors in a highly prestigious environment. The location and services are great, so thanks to those and to ConvergenCE's flexible, tenant-focused approach, it was a natural choice for us to stay here."

Dóra Papp-Vas, director of leasing at ConvergenCE, added, "We are always delighted when, as a result of our dedicated work, our tenants decide to remain in our houses. Both as landlords and property managers, we strive to build long-term partnerships with our clients. For us, success means meeting their needs and ensuring their satisfaction."

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