Horizon Development’s unique heritage restoration and retail development project received international acclaim. Winners were announced last Friday in Andorra la Vella at the 68th World Congress of FIABCI, The International Real Estate Federation. The world’s best real estate development projects were awarded in 13 categories at the celebratory event held in the ballroom of Andorra Park Hotel, attracting hundreds of guests. The prestigious award of the Paris-based international organization is considered the Oscars of the property industry. >>
The London Marriott Hotel Grosvenor Square was home to the European Property Awards Gala Dinner held last Thursday, attracting over 500 guests from across Europe. Váci 1 and Eiffel Palace, Horizon Development’s two redeveloped heritage buildings – both designed and built by DVM group – scooped up three amazing awards at the event. >>
With the participation of 150 guests from all across the Hungarian real estate community, Promenade Gardens’ foundation stone was laid yesterday. The large-scale, sustainable commercial property on inner Váci út is Horizon Development’s ongoing office project, to be completed in Q4 2017.
The 19th International Trade Fair for Property and Investment – held on 4-6 October in Munich – welcomed the long-awaited Budapest stand, a joint initiative among the Municipality of Budapest, HIPA (Hungarian Investment Promotion Agency) and the Hungarian Property Developers’ Roundtable Association. Horizon Development, a founding member of the latter, showcased its prime development projects at the fair. >>
Horizon Development’s re-conceptualized historic building makes a successful debut.
Downtown Budapest’s historic building of patina – Váci 1 – is filled with vitality again. The 13,750 sqm UNESCO World Heritage listed neo-classicist palace – constructed between 1911 and 1915 – is home to the newest, exclusively fitted out flagship store of H&M.
Winners of the FIABCI Prix d’Excellence Awards were announced on 30 May in the One World Hotel Imperial Ballroom of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Eiffel Palace office building won the Silver Medal in two categories in the global competition, and came out as the best heritage restoration and sustainable development project of Europe. >>
The elegant and sustainable prestige office building in CBD Budapest proved to be the best in two categories at the Office of the Year 2014 Competition organized by iroda.hu. Horizon Development managing partners Attila Kovács and Balázs Czár were called on stage multiple times on 5 February at the 5th Office of the Year Awards Ceremony. >>
The exclusive and sustainable Budapest downtown office building welcomes new tenants from both the office and retail sectors, further diversifying its high-quality tenant mix and increasing the range of its in-house services from Q4 2014. The Hungarian headquarters of an established Fortune 500 company will occupy close to 400 sqm of office space in the Hungarian capital’s sought-after 5th district prime property. >>