September 8, 2016
http://realista.hu/ingatlanpiac/valtozast-iger-a-zold-epites-hete-interju-baross-pallal/131453 - Hungarian news portal realista.hu interviewed CEU Campus Redevelopment Director Pal Baross about the 2016 Green Building Week organized by the Hungary Green Building Council (HuGBC) between Sept. 26 and Oct. 2.
August 19, 2016
http://index.hu/urbanista/2016/08/19/ceu_uj_epulete_campus/ - Hungarian news portal index.hu reports: The opening of CEU's Nador 15 and Nador 13 buildings marks the completion of Phase One of CEU's Campus Redevelopment project, Central-Eastern Europe's first BREEAM-certified higher education campus. Further coverage item:http://tervlap.hu/cikk/show/id/4688
April 28, 2016
Smart technologies and intelligent design that significantly lower energy consumption will be implemented on CEU’s new campus – this was the topic of the business forum “Invisible Building Intelligence” co-hosted by CEU Business School and the Embassy of Ireland on April 26.
April 27, 2016
http://www.portfolio.hu/ingatlan/varoskep/ilyen_lesz_a_legmodernebb_magyar_egyetem.230991.html - Hungarian news portal portfolio.hu reports: The Embassy of Ireland and the CEU Business School in association with Enterprise Ireland and the Irish Hungarian Business Circle, held the Third Business Forum on April 26 at CEU. The title of the event was “Invisible Building Intelligence,” where innovative and sustainable elements of the CEU campus redevelopment project were discussed.
February 16, 2016
http://realista.hu/ingatlanpiac/ok-nyertek-az-ev-irodaja-versenyt/130336 - Hungarian architecture news portal realista.hu reports: The first phase of CEU’s campus redevelopment project, scheduled for completion this summer, was awarded the Planned Project of the Year 2015 in the “Ev Irodaja” (Office of the Year) competition run by Hungarian real estate media group iroda.hu. The winners were announced and awards presented at a gala on Feb. 11 at the Museum of Applied Arts in Budapest.
February 12, 2016
The first phase of CEU’s campus redevelopment project, scheduled for completion this summer, was awarded the Planned Project of the Year 2015 in the “Ev Irodaja” (Office of the Year) competition run by Hungarian real estate media group iroda.hu. The winners were announced and awards presented at a gala Feb. 11 at the Museum of Applied Arts in Budapest.
January 18, 2016
http://realista.hu/ingatlanpiac/a-hazai-ingatlanpiac-fejlodese-a-rendszervaltas-ota-25-ev/130207 - Hungarian news portal realista.hu interviewed Pal Baros, director of the CEU Campus Redevelopment Office about the development of the Hungarian real estate industry since the 1990s.
January 7, 2016
http://welovebudapest.com/budapest.nevezetessegei/budapest.2016.igy.valtozik.a.varos.iden - Hungarian news site welovebudapest.com issued a comprehensive article about major reconstruction projects in the Hungarian capital planned for 2016. CEU’s campus redevelopment is also mentioned among the the projects.
December 14, 2015
CEU’s redevelopment project reached a milestone this month - the highest point of the renewed campus. The CEU and Nador utca neighborhood communities celebrated Dec. 10 in the courtyard known as the Japanese Garden with a traditional Hungarian “topping up” ceremony, in which a tree is set atop the highest point of the building. Since the holiday season is approaching, and CEU’s project team has two cranes on site, in this ceremony the tree was carefully lifted by crane to the top of the building, set on top, and lit with holiday lights.
December 14, 2015
http://epiteszforum.hu/elerte-legmagasabb-pontjat-a-ceu - Hungarian architecture news site epiteszforum.hu reports: CEU held a traditional “topping-up ceremony” on December 10 for its community and neighbors to mark reaching the highest point of the university’s redevelopment project.