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Swedish Company 1st Tenant of LogiCube Park

Bufab Hungary Kft., a member of the Swedish-based Bufab Group has signed a lease contract for nearly 2,000 sqm of warehouse and office space in Biatorbágy's LogiCube Park, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal. more


New City Logistics Hall to Be Handed Over in Budapest

A new urban logistics real estate development project is under construction in Budapest. The Faedra22 Park, a light industrial and logistics building of more than 14,500 sqm, offers high-quality technical solutions, flexible partitioning, and the possibility to meet individual needs, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal. more


Almost 500,000 sqm Rental Logistics Real Estate Inaugurated in 2022

Last year, 482,000 sqm of new industrial and logistics properties developed for renting were inaugurated in Hungary, with 30% of developments in rural areas, the Association of Hungarian Logistics Service Centers (MLSZKSZ) said on Thursday, according to a report by state news wire MTI. more


M7 agrees c. 6,500 sq m letting with TRAHT Innovations at Pallag 43 in Budapest, Hungary, increasing occupancy to 100%

M7 Real Estate. the pan-European investor and asset manager, announces that it has agreed a new letting with TRAHT Innovations, a manufacturer of world leading sterilizer, for a total of c. 6,500 sq m at Pallag 43, a multi-let industrial warehouse asset in the north of Budapest, Hungary. more


108 AGENCY is expanding into the Hungarian market

108 AGENCY, a real-estate consulting agency specialized in commercial properties in the CEE region, has expanded into the Hungarian market. The main goal is to become a trusted, full-service provider of a comprehensive portfolio of services in the commercial real estate sector. more


108 AGENCY defends last year’s victory in the HOF Awards 2020

108 AGENCY real estate consultants have won the Best Warehouse Real Estate Agency category in the CEE (Central and Eastern Europe) and SEE (South-East Europe) regions for the second year a row, awarded by the prestigious HOF Awards 2020. more


The impact of the global coronavirus pandemic is reflected across all sectors. Including commercial real estate

Extensive restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic have also impacted the commercial real estate market. The first consequences are now evident, and many sectors may end up facing existential difficulties. At the current time, however, it is retail which is suffering most, its activities cut back heavily. We are going to have to wait a few months more, however, to evaluate the true consequences of the worldwide coronavirus crisis. more