Regeneration in the heart of Budapest

  • A vast new commercial development in the heart of Budapest
  • Includes 5 office buildings, 40 shops and valuable new public space
  • Will regenerate the local office market

The main goal for us is to deliver an iconic scheme that fits into the texture of the city and respects the traditions of Budapest while still bringing modern architectural value to the capital.

Zoltán Radnóty
Country CEO, HB Reavis Hungary

Project Details

Location Budapest, Hungary
Status On site
Sectors Office, Retail,
Area 150,000m²/614,600ft²
Client HB Reavis

Our new commercial development in Budapest, located near the city’s longest and busiest boulevard, will provide office space for 12,000 professionals. With its modern architecture, ample amenities and substantial provision of green space, the scheme is set to regenerate the local office market, with investment expected to produce some 6,000 jobs in the coming years.

The city centre development includes five office buildings with lower-level retail units, together totalling more than 136,000m2. Agora Hub, the first building on site, offers one of the biggest floor spaces available in the capital, plus co-working areas and a wide selection of amenities, from restaurants and cafés to supermarkets, medical services and a gym. Once complete, the scheme as a whole will house around 40 shops and incorporate new cycle paths surrounding the development. Public spaces are aplenty – 15 tennis courts’ worth of open green areas, in fact, with gardens, trees and grassy paths all centred around a beautiful ‘agora’ that provides a focal point for the development.

We’ve developed a sensitive, articulate massing concept and chosen materials rooted in the local vernacular, including white ceramic facades that reflect the city’s strong tradition of ceramic ornamentation. This architecture, coupled with the scheme’s valuable public space, will bring significant improvement to the heart of the Budapest’s Váci Business Corridor.