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Pasa Park

2nd district, Budapest
Condominium of 33 units

Árpád road 142.

4th district, Budapest
Condominum of 76 units

Vörösmarty Garden

7th district, Budapest
Condominium of 68 units

Erkel House

8th district, Budapest
Condominium of 272 units

Albatros

11th district, Budapest
Condominium of 63 units

White Castle

11th district, Budapest
Condominium of 110 units

Velezda

11th district, Budapest
Condominium of 172 units

Rőf street 12.

11th district, Budapest
Condominium of 13 units

Dunaterasz

13th district, Budapest
Condominium of 362 units
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26-05-2016
The prime minister will be housed in the former Carmelite convent in Buda Castle only provisionally, as he could relocate to the nearby Sándor Palace within two years, Prime Minister’s Office leader János Lázár said in an off-the-record conversation on Wednesday.
26-05-2016
Press release: The Ferencváros block rehabilitation scheme launched in 1990 has won the most eminent international accolade in the architecture profession, the FIABCI Prix d’Excellence for the year 2016. Top architectural achievements are recognised by the international award, equivalent to an Oscar in the profession, and for the first time in the 61 years since its inception, a Hungarian entry ha…
17-05-2016
The volume of construction output in Hungary plummeted 33.9% in March as compared to the same month a year earlier, with the output of both main groups of constructions decreasing, the Hungarian Central Statistical Office (KSH) reported today. The volume of new contracts, however, was 47.3% higher than the low base in the previous year.
17-05-2016
In light of upcoming tenancy changes in the fourth quarter of this year, Munich-based real estate fund manager GLL Real Estate Partners unveiled design plans to rejuvenate Budapest’s Roosevelt office building, according to a press release.
17-05-2016
Home prices rose by 14 percent on average in Hungary from a year earlier, the biggest increase seen in a European Union member state, according to FHB’s latest home price index analysis. The average price of a resale home in Budapest, the most expensive area in the country, was 16.3 million forints in the third quarter of 2015 while the average home price in northern Hungary was 5.8 million forint…