Futureal’s offices rewarded by real estate industry again
This autumn, Futureal, one of the leading real estate developer and investor in CEE was rewarded three times. The company received the Project of the Year and the Transaction of the Year prizes at the Portfolio Property Awards. Futureal was also rewarded at the Hungarian Real Estate Development Award for Excellence for the development of Vision Towers.
Futureal, as one of the top 20 largest developers in Europe, received two significant awards on the leading industry event, the Property Investment Forum. Futureal’s Corvin Corner project was declared Project of the Year on the sixth Portfolio Property Awards. Readers of Portfolio chose the 5 most successful projects accomplished last year, and the participants of the conference voted for the winning projects. Futureal also got the Transaction Deal of The Year for the transaction with Hungarian branch of Nokia Networks. The office building in the Corvin Technology and Science Park will accommodate the offices and R&D center of the Finnish IT giant. The office building offering 25,000 sqm leasable space will be accomplished by the end of 2016.
The company was also awarded on the Hungarian Real Estate Development Award for Excellence, which was created by The Hungarian Real Estate Association, member of FIABCI, the International Real Estate Federation. Futureal rewarded by The National Federation of Hungarian Building Contractors, the Hungarian Green Building Council and Irodakereső.hu for the development of Vision Towers. This premium office product is located in one of the most popular business areas of Budapest. Owing to its unique architectural implementation, the ultramodern environment and its optimal location, the Vision Towers office complex became the first choice for major international companies as their headquarters in Hungary.
During the development of the buildings, Futureal placed great emphasis on the implementation of environmental, energy-saving and sustainability aspects. Most of the office buildings are certified by BREEAM System (Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Method), which is one of the world's leading environmental certification system.