PSI CRO to move to Park Atrium Office Building

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Global clinical research organization PSI CRO (standing for contract research organization) will set up its new office on the fifth floor of Horizon Development’s Park Atrium office building from January 2023.

The privately-owned company, supporting global clinical trials of various pharmaceutical companies across multiple therapeutic areas, has signed a long-term lease contract for a 900 sqm office space, according to a statement sent to The recently renovated building is located across the street from the new Museum of Ethnography in City Park.

“With multiple award-winning offices across Europe, we also aspire to create a top-quality workspace for our colleagues in Budapest that will enable them to deliver on our motto of being ‘the global CRO where clinical trials run on time,’” said Yuri A. Titov, director of clinical operations and country manager at PSI.

“Our new office in the Hungarian capital will trigger creativity and collaboration with a fit-out that not only contributes to personal wellbeing but also supports teamwork and boosts efficiency,” he added.

Máté Bihari, leasing and sales director at Horizon Development, added, “We were delighted to lead the lease negotiation process of PSI CRO that led to their long-term commitment to Park Atrium as their new center in Budapest. Our already diverse tenant mix became even richer with this prestigious clinical research company.”


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