Eiffel Palace boasts a new tenant

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An established Fortune 500 company will soon open its Hungarian headquarters in a 400-sqm office complex at the newly finished Eiffel Palace in Budapest, adding to the prestigious mix of office and commercial customers in the Nyugati tér space, the building's operators announced.

Horizon Development Leasing Director István Kerekes, who heads the company running the Eiffel Palace, noted that the building is already filling with businesses that appreciate the historic renovation with modern touches. Examples of retail businesses that will be located in the historic atrium include the St. Andrea Gastro and Wine Bar and the Eiffel Beauty Center.

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