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  • Cushman & Wakefield managing Váci Greens D

    Cushman & Wakefield managing Váci Greens D
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  • New Tenant in M7 Distribution Center, Székesfehérvár

    Gealan leasing 5,000 sq m industrial space

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  • Global Banking Corporate moves to City Gate office building in Budapest

    The company signed a ca. 5,000 sq m new lease in City Gate office building in Budapest

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  • Senior Global Occupier Services Hire to Lead Portfolio Services Centre in Budapest

    Cushman & Wakefield has appointed the former Head of Transactions at Goldman Sachs International to lead its Portfolio Services Centre (PSC) in Budapest, Hungary, part of the rapid expansion of the firm’s EMEA Global Occupier Services (GOS) platform.
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  • Cushman & Wakefield expanded its Office Agency Team

    Zsófia Gyulai and Gergely Rusz joined as Negotiators
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  • Cushman & Wakefield clearly leading the Budapest office market

    Over 48,000 sq m transacted by 1 August 2017
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  • Promotions at Cushman & Wakefield Budapest

    Promotions at Cushman & Wakefield Budapest
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  • Tamara Szántó promoted to Head of Office Agency

    Tamara Szántó promoted to Head of Office Agency
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  • Property Management Firm of the Year

    Cushman & Wakefield Hungary’s Asset Services team has been awarded “Property Management Firm of the Year” at the annual Office of the Year gala event organised by iroda.hu.
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  • Former CIB Bank Budapest HQ sold

    Former CIB Bank Budapest HQ sold
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  • Cushman & Wakefield Hungary has been awarded by Euromoney

    Cushman & Wakefield leading Euromoney’s Real Estate Awards ranking 2016 in Overall and Agency & Letting categories
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  • CEP Market Hungary 2016

    Hungary has seen a continuously increasing commercial sales volume since the 2009 financial crisis. Apart from the usual seasonal cyclicality, Hungarian households shown a trend of increasing consumption. An important factor is that while in 2009 the overall debt of the Hungarian population was 11,000 billion HUF, by 2016 this amount decreased to 7,000 billion HUF.
    One can clearly state, that the Hungarian e-commerce segment (also known as the online commerce) is experiencing a buzz (even though this tendency has been going on in Western Europe for some time). While the turnover of Hungarian online commerce reached a peak of 19 billion HUF in 2005, this value grew to 137 billion HUF by 2010. Furthermore, in 2015 the total domestic e-commerce volume topped 319 billion HUF, which is 4.1% of the overall commercial activity.

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  • DPD opens distribution centre

    Cushman & Wakefield global commercial real estate advisor represented one of the most dynamicly growing ‘CEP’ (Courier Express Parcel) market participant, DPD Hungary Ltd, courier express service provider with their lease transaction to open up a 3,000 sq m distribution centre in Budapest.



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  • Halasz-Csatari Gabor promoted to Associate

     
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  • Zoltán Ligetvári joins Cushman & Wakefield Budapest

    Cushman & Wakefield announces that Zoltán Ligetvári has joined Cushman & Wakefield at Budapest. Zoltán started working as an Associate at the CMG department on the 6th of June 2016.  Zoltán’s primary role is to target, secure and oversee new sales mandates, in addition to completing acquisitions on the buy side, for a broad range of institutional investors and developers. Before starting at Cushman & Wakefield, Zoltán was responsible for the sales processes and asset management of CIB Bank’s various repossessed commercial asset portfolio in Hungary. Zoltán also holds a successful track record of acquiring and selling a number of assets and SPVs for ORCO Property Group, and screening, analyzing potential investment opportunities in Hungary and the CEE region.
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  • Promotion at Cushman & Wakefield Budapest

    Cushman & Wakefield today announces that David M Johnston MRICS, Head of Office Agency in Budapest, has accepted the invitation from the EMEA Board and has been promoted to Partner with the effect from Friday 1 January 2016.  David joined Cushman & Wakefield’s Budapest Office Agency team in 2008 as a Negotiator. Prior to that, he spent 3 years with Cushman & Wakefield’s Edinburgh Office Agency team. David was promoted to Head of the Department in 2013, which now consists of 7 full-time members. Since his arrival in Budapest, David has been an integral part of the team, contributing significantly to the department’s success and its market leading position. David has been, and continues to be, involved in the largest and most significant transactions in the office market. Gergely Pados, Managing Partner at Cushman & Wakefield in Budapest, commented: “Taking on a Partnership role is a fantastic achievement, as well as a big responsibility. I am confident that knowing David’s expertise, as well as his in depth knowledge of the Hungarian property market, he will continue to help drive the Firm’s business growth further in the forthcoming years.”
    David is a graduate of Aberdeen University, Scotland where he gained an MA (Hons) in Geography and then remained to undertake a Post Graduate degree in Land & Property Economics (MSc (Econ)). David is a qualified Member of The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors. 
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