CPI Hungary sees an increase of 20%
CPI Group member CPI Hungary (formerly called Ablon) says it sees signs of the office market recovering after an increase of 20% in leased premises in the Business Center 91 Office Building.
“In the past year, almost 1,300 square meters of rental area has found a new lessee, and we can also report on an expansion of nearly 500 square meters,” said Adrienn Lovro, country manager for Hungary and Romania of CPI Property Group.
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