CBRE's "Green Week" initiative call the attention of co-workers and the real estate industry worldwide to sustainability.
Today one quarter of modern office buildings in Budapest have a sustainability evaluation certification, and even among the older office buildings a growing number apply new technologies. Almost all new real estate entrants offer architectural and environmental management solutions to their future tenants. Held by the world's largest real estate advisor, CBRE’s Green Week campaign, organized each year, aims to raise the awareness of the global real estate industry about social responsibility towards the environment by reaching its more than 70 thousand employees as well as its customers.
Hungarian retail sales and turnover continue to show healthy growth, buoyed by the abolition of the Sunday closing law after barely one year in effect. Retailer demand is unbroken but remains pressed by the lack of available supply resulting in upward pressure on rents. Fashion retailers remained the most active in H1 2016, followed by the footwear and F&B segments which both expanded significantly, according to the latest Retail Market View published by CBRE.
The recently renewed office buildings in the Budapest office market are being recognized by the market soon. New tenants are targeting the landmark buildings of Budapest downtown for high quality office spaces and due to their expanding business. This time the owner of East-West Business Center that is the first modern office building of Budapest, has decided to start refurbishment of their landmark property.
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