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2nd Phase of Living's Kassák Project Handed Over

Residential

Kassák Passage, the second phase of Living’s Kassák Project has received its final use permit, so residents will now be able to occupy the development’s 263 environmentally friendly and energy-efficient homes, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.

Located near the corridor of office buildings on Váci út, the project offers quiet, modern homes in a number of buildings in a park-like arrangement.

Due to the condensing boiler heating system, the 15-centimeter insulation, and the buildings’ other characteristics, residents will be able to enjoy optimal temperatures all year round with low heating costs. Besides the insulation, the façade doors and windows, as well as the elements made to prevent thermal bridging via the reinforced concrete plates on the balconies, also help maintain optimal temperatures, while the plants in the front gardens and the first-floor courtyard help create a microclimate between the buildings.

The underground garage has 64 electric chargers for residents with electric vehicles. These chargers are part of a dynamic energy management system, in which the chargers, which are connected to one another, indicate charging performance.

“Living is committed to building a sustainable future. With this in mind, from the very start, it has developed its residential buildings to include environmentally friendly solutions. This makes these buildings energy-efficient and cost-effective in equal measure. Another of our aims is to make everyday life more comfortable for residents in our buildings," notes János Martin, deputy CEO of Wing and director of Living residential developments.

"Living was the first company to introduce community services in the residential parks it develops. The range of services offered now covers everything from purchasing the apartment and its handover, to its furnishing and even its utilization," he adds.

Kassák Passage offers tailored Living service packages to make everyday life easier for residents. These cover three areas:

- As part of Community Living services, in addition to car sharing, a shared living room and lounge, a library, and 24/7 package pickup are also available.

- Smart Living smart home solutions ensure that residents’ homes are energy-efficient and safe.

- Living Solutions services aim to make it easier for homeowners to manage the tasks related to their properties, whether they bought their apartment as a home or as an investment.

Kassák Project will close with the delivery of its third phase, Kassák Terrace, in 2025.

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