Wing Announces New Boutique Office Project in Liget Center
Real estate developer Wing has announced the addition of a new office building to its Liget Center project, called Liget Center Vitrum, which will offer future tenants an additional 2,200 sqm of leasable area in the city center with a number of green and smart solutions.
The A+ category designer building is situated in Budapest’s District VI, on a corner plot at the intersection of Dózsa György út and Városligeti fasor, opposite the new Museum of Ethnography.
Liget Center Vitrum, together with the Liget Center Classic and Auditorium buildings will surround a private inner courtyard filled with greenery and sheltered from traffic.
"We are happy to announce that construction work on the Liget Center office complex will continue. The Liget Center Classic and Auditorium buildings will be the main base for the television channel RTL Hungary, from 2024. The renovation of these heritage buildings is proceeding as planned. The new boutique project, Liget Center Vitrum, will complete Liget Center perfectly. The new building will offer many benefits, green and smart solutions, cutting-edge technical features, and office spaces suitable for company headquarters," said Gábor Angel, deputy CEO of Wing Zrt, responsible for office developments.
Vitrum will be a nearly zero energy building with expansive vertical green surfaces in and outside of the office spaces, it will have silent air-conditioning vents, optimized, environmentally-friendly lighting, heat pump technology, and, naturally, energy-efficient operation with environmentally friendly water consumption and waste management.
The project aims to achieve Breeam sustainability certification. Construction started in late 2022, and the building is expected to be completed in the second half of 2024.
Modern operation is ensured by a number of technical features: the A+ category building offers flexible BTS solutions and includes cutting-edge acoustics design. The office building will have integrated building management with a smart building system and a custom control application. In addition, external weather sensors, indoor air quality monitors, and target level controlled lifts support sustainable operation, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.
Liget Center Vitrum was designed by Tiba Architects Studio – and Workup, Fitout Zrt’s construction business, is the general contractor. Workup is also involved in the reinforcement of the foundations of the existing underground car park of the Liget Center.
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