The prominent “A” category Kálvin Square Office Building has a unique view onto one of the busiest traffic hubs in Budapest surrounded by amenities. This is arguably the best office location in Budapest at the intersection of the M3 and M4 metro lines and tram 47/49. Strikingly modern, the 9,000m² building provides carefully designed interior spaces and the highest quality building management and tenant services creating a professional working atmosphere and it is surrounded by every possible leisure amenity.
ConvergenCE asset and property manages Kálvin Square since the purchase in 2015 by Europa Capital. ConvergenCE continued providing these services after the building was sold to KGAL in 2017. ConvergenCE also project manages tenant fit-out works.
Main Tenants: Philip Morris International, Aegon, Union, Faludi Wolf Theiss, Alpiq Energy, Alpiq Csepel, GEOX, Safeguard, DBK
|2020.11.18.||Wolf Theiss’ Budapest Office Expanding at Kálvin Square|
|2020.10.21.||OTP Branch in Kálvin Square Office Building Fully Renewed|
|2017.11.20.||Contemporary dance on the façade: a new perspective for the Kalvin Square Office Building|
|2017.08.16.||Europa Capital sells its Budapest office portfolio|
|2017.06.02.||Offices Revitalised: CityZen and Kálvin Square Among Budapest’s Most Successful Office Buildings|
|2017.04.07.||96 per cent Occupancy in Kálvin Square Office Building|
|2016.12.12.||New Services in CityZen and Kálvin Square|
|2015.04.21.||ConvergenCE acquires office buildings in central Budapest for Europa Capital|
|2012.06.08.||ConvergenCE strengthens its Property Management team|
"Fulfilled all of our expectations.
No hesitation in recommending them."
"… All technical and operational issues are being handled proactively in the background without disturbing our daily work. We feel that the building operation and management is under control and we as tenants are well served here…"
"…The services provided by ConvergenCE are reliable, trustworthy and efficient. It is of great advantage that they work with proactive approach…"