Skanska launches Nordic Light office project in Budapest

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Skanska Property Hungary has started construction work on its seventh office building in Budapest, dubbed Nordic Light, on inner Váci út, the main office corridor of Budapest. Phase I is scheduled for completion in the first quarter of 2016.

The complex will consist of approximately 26,200 sqm of leasable area and be built in two phases. The project has already been LEED pre-certified with a Gold rating thanks to its innovative solutions minimizing the building’s impact on the natural environment, Skanska says. During the design process, green and sustainable solutions received special attention, which not only minimizes the building’s environmental impact, but also reduces operating costs, which translate into lower bills for water and electricity, the company says.

“Nordic Light is situated in a most vibrant office location, on the Váci corridor and offers great visibility to our tenants,” said Zoltán Linczmayer Managing Director of Skanska Property Hungary. “The state-of-art technologies of our building represent our commitment to the energy-efficient, environmentally friendly and healthy office spaces Skanska is famous for. With the design of the building, our aim was to create a workplace where people will love to spend their time.”


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