Váci Greens - block A

Váci Greens is a large scale campus-style development with over 130,000 sq m of exclusive “A+” class offices within an extensive green working environment in Budapest, Hungary.

The scheme consists of six buildings, built in two Phases:

Phase I. – Building A, B, C & D - completed

Phase II. – Building E & F

Located in the heart of one of Budapest’s most developing business districts, Váci Greens is definitely the office solution to local or international companies willing to minimize their costs while offering their employees a comfortable, sustainable and friendly working environment.

Easily accessible by any kind of transportation, this office complex provides for its tenants with all the benefits that they would expect at work.

Váci Greens combines the best architectural design with the latest construction techniques and building systems. In addition to cost benefits, these design considerations ultimately reduce the environmental impact of the project which is reflected by the BREEAM Excellent certification.

Building E & F will provide efficient floor plates with numerous opportunities for subdividing individual floors for multiple occupations. In today’s competitive labor market, occupiers recognize the need to retain and recruit staff, and Váci Greens is the perfect destination to respond to this critical challenge.


Location:: Budapest, XIII. district
Function: office, retail
Phase: built
Type: commission
Client: Atenor
Architecture: TIBA Architects Studio
Project architects: János Tiba, Zoltán Király
Architects: Balázs Beczner, Zoltán Beszeda, Zoltán Bozsik, István Erdei, Ákos Gerle, Veronika Hajas, Gergely Kovács, Csilla Patkó, Lóránt Perényi, Judit Skaliczki, Nándor Szabó P.
Design: 2009-2013
Construction: 2010-2013
Site: 4 1998 ha
Gross floor area: 27 360 m2
Prizes: Bloomberg - European Property Awards 2011, Highly Commended - Office Architecture