Infopark Budapest

Infopark is the first innovation and technology park of Central and Eastern Europe. It is an innovation centre primarily for IT, telecommunication and software development companies where such multinational companies as Lufhansa Systems, Hungarian Telekom, IT-Services Hungary as well as young innovative companies found a place for their head office. The seat of the European Institute for Innovation and Technology (EIT) is found in the Infopark Building E. The office park has nearly 100,000 m2 space to rent, offering high quality office and working environment for about 7,000 employees.


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The Infopark's clinker brick buildings with unified design, arranged in a campus style layout, are situated in a high standard, landscaped environment with first class office spaces and up-to-date services.


At the time of commencing the development of Infopark IVG donated DEM 1 million to establish the InfoPark Foundation. The purpose of the Foundation is to support, with due consideration of the implementation objectives of Infopark, applied research and development (including its utilization) contributing to the development of society and economy in particular, and aimed to establish a network of connections between science and economy.


Office buildings developed by IVG can boast of several property awards: building C received the award of CIJ for ’The best office development in 2005’ and the award of Real Estate and Investment for ’The real estate project of the year 2005’. The office building D received the award of CIJ for ’The best office building development in 2007’ and the ’Budapest architectural prize of 2007’, in the year of hand-over.


Infopark building E is the first building in Hungary which has achieved a LEED Silver certification.

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