Aréna Business Campus Building A gets Access4You Gold certificate

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The first, Building “A” of the 21,000 sqm Aréna Business Campus, handed over last May, has obtained the highest, Gold certificate of Access4You, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.

"The leasing of Building “A” of Aréna Business Campus is in full swing. The ground floor retails are already leased, providing a number of services (medical center and catering units) to tenants and residents in the area. Office tenants moved into the building last summer and earlier this year. For the remaining areas, advanced negotiations are underway with various large international and domestic tenants," notes Zoltán Borbély, country director of ATENOR Hungary.

"At the same time, the construction of the 15,000 sqm Building “B” is progressing according to plan, which will be handed over this year," he added.

According to the press release, ATENOR has opted for the highest level of authentic accessibility in all its projects. For the 50,000 sqm Váci Greens Buildings “E” and “F”, the 72,000 sqm Aréna Business Campus project with a total of four buildings, the 15,000 sqm RoseVille in Óbuda that is under development and the soon-to-start 17,000 sqm BakerStreet in District XI, accessibility has already come to the fore at the design table. ATENOR involved rehabilitation specialized engineers in the design process and based it on the accessibility requirements developed for the concerned 8 SPI group by Access4you.

"One of the pillars of ATENOR’s strong international corporate culture is people-centered design: the goal is to implement real estate developments that harmonize with the city, are environmentally conscious, and serve the comfort and well-being of the people who use the real estate. To obtain the highest available qualification, the Gold Certificate Accessible Site, ATENOR hired Access4you for advisory services during the design process, who audit the locations and issues a European certified trademark," Borbély says.

The requirements examine the usability and accessibility of the built environment, entrance, orientation, and available services. In addition to the basic, mobility-type accessibility, ATENOR has extended the need for accessibility to all concerned groups, and as a result all four projects are expected to receive Gold certificates.

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