Office building Hungary's first to earn sustainability designation

Office building Hungary's first to earn sustainability designation

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Hungary has landed its first WELL pre-certified building.

The 27,000-square meter Futureal Corvin 5 office building, which is being developed in Budapest in a 90 million Euro investment, has achieved a rating of platinum, reports EuroBuild.

The development is also BREEAM-certified with a rating of very good.

Corvin 5 will contain an interior garden, a roof terrace, a bicycle storage area, showers, water-saving sanitary fittings and electric car chargers. In front of the building, there will be an urban space with a statue, fountain and public seating.

The first phase of the complex will comprise 14,200 square meters while the second stage will comprise 12,800 square meters. On completion, the Corvin Office complex will have 100,000 square meters of space.

Futureal was also responsible for the translation of the WELL standard’s documentation into Hungarian and is a founding member of the Hungary Green Building Council.

 

 
 

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