Atenor's RoseVille office building gets BREEAM 'Excellent' rating


Belgian real estate developer Atenor announced that RoseVille, its Class “A+” office building on Bécsi Road has been awarded the BREEAM “Excellent” sustainability rating, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.

Construction work on RoseVille is currently in full swing. The building is expected to be handed over in the third quarter of 2022.

BREEAM is the world’s leading sustainability rating system that examines the entire process of real estate developments based on standards developed by an independent organization, BRE (Building Research Establishment). The system analyzes building development in terms of environmental, social, and economic sustainability.

RoseVille managed to achieve the BREEAM “Excellent” rating level through its architectural concept, designs, and sustainability solutions, according to the press release

"Atenor’s aim is to create the city of tomorrow: a city that is more resilient, inclusive, attractive, better suited to the needs of its citizens and therefore a pleasure to live in," said Zoltán Borbély, country director of Atenor in Hungary. “Given the challenges of the future, this can only be achieved in a green and sustainable way. Therefore, at Atenor, we build our buildings in line with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.”

In addition to the sustainability certification, the developer is paying special attention to obtaining an Access4You Gold rating, which promotes accessibility in the workplace.

The developer says that the primary aspect of the development is to create a human-centered workplace that fits organically into the historical townscape of Óbuda and serves the needs and development aspirations of the companies selecting RoseVille as their new home.

The office building was designed by Artonic Design Architect Studio. The project is jointly and exclusively leased by Cushman & Wakefield and Eston International.


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