News Article Budapest Futureal Hungary office
by Property Forum | Office

The first phase of Futureal’s Corvin Innovation Campus was built as the extension of Corvin Promenade and is home to IBM Hungary's new head office. The global technology company has already moved into the building equipped with almost completely contactless solutions.

IBM decided to house in the new office both, the company’s office for domestic operations and IBM Hungary International Shared Service Center, said Peter Rehus, Country Leader of IBM Hungary.

The nine-story complex has been designed to meet the needs of energy-sensitive users. The Corvin Innovation Campus is one of the two office buildings in the country that have obtained one of the highest, AA+ energy certifications. Construction of the first phase of the 16,650 sqm development was completed at the beginning of the year, reaching 70 per cent occupancy by the time it opened. 

The building was developed according to BREEAM Excellent and WELL Platinum certifications. It features solar panels and a low-carbon smart parking system. At least 10% of the parking spaces have been equipped with electric chargers. The intelligent building management system that ensures the optimal operation of the mechanical and electrical systems, as well as the low-carbon and energy-efficient heating and cooling systems are fully standard in the complex.