Renault has successfully sold its office building in Budapest.
“Aranypart RE Investment Fund, the new owner with a Swiss-Hungarian investment background, has already applied for a permit for a unique interior and exterior remodelling of the building,” said Roland Bogár, Investment Services associate of Colliers International, which is representing the seller.
The building is planned to become multifunctional, including several units. The upper floors will function as an incubator house for start-up companies participating in the Help2Startup incubation program. The leasable (co-working) office area totals up to 1,500 sqm where both domestic and foreign start-up are welcome to join the program. Becoming a dominant player in the domestic and regional start-up ecosystem is one of the key objectives of the incubator house.
iO Partners, JLL’s preferred partner, has opened a new office in Belgrade, Serbia. The new business, which will cover Serbia and neighbouring countries including Croatia, Slovenia and Montenegro, is...