Szervita Square Building gets Int'l Property Award, LEED Platinum Rating

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Horizon Development's Szervita Square Building was recognized as the Best Mixed-Use Development in Hungary at the International Property Awards this month, and the building's LEED Platinum certification process also concluded successfully, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.

According to Horizon Development, Szervita Square Building earned the acknowledgment as a result of its development and architectural value, great aesthetics, technical superiority, and dedication to the principles of ESG (Environmental, Social, and Corporate Governance).

This is the seventh award Horizon Development has earned with its real estate projects (Eiffel Palace, Váci 1, Promenade Gardens, Szervita Square Building) at the prestigious U.K.-based global competition since 2015.

Confirming the sustainability initiatives and future-proof solutions implemented within the project, Szervita Square Building also received its LEED Platinum environmental rating in the LEED v4 BD+C (Building Design and Construction) accreditation system, making it the first and only LEED Platinum certified mixed-use property in Central and Eastern Europe.

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