Wing Development Skylight City Receives Breeam Certification
Skylight City, an office building developed by Wing, has received a Very Good rating under the Breeam In-Use sustainability certification scheme, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.
The seven-story office building on Róbert Károly körút received the best scores for energy and water efficient management and operation, the green environment, the preservation and potential future conversion of the building, and its focus on the well-being and health of its users.
“Making sure developments are environmentally friendly is now practically essential. Tenants define very specific parameters and make conscious decisions when they are looking for new offices. To meet its tenants’ expectations and to progress towards its goals, Wing operates its office portfolio with a special focus on the environmentally friendly and certified operation of its office buildings. The Skylight City office building receiving the Breeam certification is another step for Wing as we strive to reduce our ecological footprint and build a more sustainable future,” said Gábor Angel, Wing’s deputy CEO for office developments.
In the press release, Wing noted that it has been constructing its major developments with a focus on sustainability for more than 10 years now. Also, the buildings it has completed in the past are continuously being modernized.
Skylight City is easily accessible both by car and public transport. The office building has been architecturally and functionally reconstructed and also offers great views, and its glass curtain wall and granite facades make it a distinctive part of the cityscape. It also features a special, spacious inner atrium with an exhibition space, a café, and a snack bar.
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