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High tenant satisfaction in Spiral

Hochtief Facility Management and APEH has recently moved to their new office premises in Spiral on Dózsa György út

Budapest, 28th July 2009 – Spiral Office Building, designed by Zoboki – Demeter & Associates Architects, is suitable for both cellular and open-plan requirements as proven by the different layout of the first two tenants. 
Hochtief Facility Management, the first moving to the building, is perfectly satisfied with the building’s features. András Sólyom, Managing Director said: “As our company is not only a tenant, but the facility management company of the building, we got used to seeing all the advantages and disadvantages of a building in our portfolio. In case of Spiral we were happy to realise that the building has plenty of solutions built-in which makes our job and everyday life easier”.
GTC has realised the importance of environment-conscious solutions, such as sun collectors on the roof as well as soil and rain water usage for flushing and watering along with heat recirculation in the underground garage. The green planning was mainly focusing on turning the building into a real cost-efficient and sustainable project.
Robert Snow, CEO of GTC Hungary said: “Our aim was to introduce a tenant-friendly building to reach and maintain full tenant satisfaction. We strongly believe that our latest moved-in tenant, APEH will have the same opinion about the building and we can fulfill their highest expectations.”
APEH’s requirement was mainly cellular fit-out along with low ratio of corridors and common areas. The most of their offices are facing to the well-kept inner garden with a water feature that gives a relaxing environment for the forthcoming canteen with its terrace tables.
Thierry Delvaux, Managing Director of Jones Lang LaSalle added: “Our office leasing department is currently in advanced stage of negotiations for 6,000 sq m office and retail space and handling further 11,000 sq m new requirement for Spiral Office Building.”