Campus Redevelopment

CEU Hosts Hungarian Real Estate Business Conference

http://epiteszforum.hu/ilyen-volt-a-magasepites-2017-konferencia - Hungarian news portal epiteszforum.hu reports: On March 8 CEU hosted one of the biggest real estate business conferences in Hungary. Attracting more than 450 participants, the event provided a platform to discuss the challenges of the sector and find solutions for them.

Further coverage items:

Baross Listed as Top 10 Real Estate Personalities of Past 10 Years in Hungary

http://realista.hu/ingatlanpiac/top-10-ingatlanpiaci-szemelyiseg-az-elmult-10-evben/132364 - Hungarian news portal realista.hu reports: Besides the 2016 Real Estate Yearbook that summarizes the most decisive real estate developments of the past 10 years in Hungary, the top 10 real estate personalities of the past 10 years in Hungary were also listed, among them Pal Baross, director of the CEU campus redevelopment project.

CEU’s Campus Praised in Hungarian Daily

Hungarian daily Magyar Idok expressed admiration about the architectural solutions and expressive nature of the redeveloped campus buildings, calling it a milestone in the development of Budapest.

Due to copyright regulations, the article is available in the daily (2.11.2017. p.34. Barlangmatematika (Melleklet - Lugas))

CEU’s Campus Redevelopment Listed as One of Most Decisive Real Estate Developments of Past 10 Years in Hungary

http://realista.hu/ingatlanpiac/az-elmult-10-ev-legmeghatarozobb-ingatlanfejlesztesei-magyarorszagon/132214 - Hungarian news portal realista.hu reports: The 2016 Real Estate Yearbook summarizes the most decisive real estate developments of the past 10 years in Hungary. The developments listed significantly raised the quality of life, enriched built heritage, or simply made people’s lives better.

CEU’s Redeveloped Buildings Run for Mies van der Rohe Award

http://epiteszforum.hu/8-magyar-projekt-versenyez-a-mies-van-der-rohe-dijert - Hungarian news portal epiteszforum.hu reports: Eight buildings in Hungary from the applying 356 projects, including the two redeveloped CEU campus buildings, compete for the Mies van der Rohe Award.