Skanska’s office development proceeds apace

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Skanska’s commercial development unit in Central and Eastern Europe has summarized its 2017 performance in Poland, Romania, Hungary and the Czech Republic. This shows that the company sold seven buildings for over EUR 360 million and leased 180,000 square meters in ten CEE markets, a 10% increase year-on-year.

By the end of last year, Skanska had delivered five projects with a total of almost 86,000 sqm. Acquired land plots secured another potential 315,000 sqm for the company’s land bank in all four CEE countries in which Skanska operates, securing business operations for years to come, claims a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.

Currently, Skanska Hungary has one ongoing project, the Mill Park office complex on Soroksári út in District 9, set to be delivered during the summer. Mill Park offers office space of 36,000 sqm in total and is already approximately 80% pre-leased.

Marcin Łapiński, managing director of Skanska Hungary, revealed that in May the company will launch its Building App for the employees of tenants moving into Mill Park.

“This app will offer various practical options for users like reporting maintenance-related information to facility management or finding the required amenities nearby the building,” he explained. “On the other hand, it provides easy networking and social opportunities as well: employees in the building can update their own profiles with personal and professional info and they can find their colleagues via the system,” he added.


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