IBM is moving to the Corvin district in Budapest

IBM Hungary will move its headquarters to the Corvin Innovation Campus office building in the Corvin district – it was announced yesterday. From 2023, the technology company will move its headquarters in Hungary in several steps to the Corvin Innovation Campus office complex under the development of Futureal.
IBM has chosen Corvin Innovation Campus as the new headquarters for its domestic operations. Futureal is building an eco-friendly, sustainable and people-oriented office building in the Corvin district, Europe’s largest urban regeneration investment. The building is designed according to aspects that have a positive impact on the health and mood of the workers, according to the BREEAM Excellent and WELL Platinum ratings. JLL assisted IBM in selecting the Corvin Innovation Campus, contacting and preparing the agreement, which will begin moving to the new headquarters in 2023.

“In line with our office strategy, the complex will provide community spaces and services based on the latest trends. The building equipped with IoT solutions will be an example of how our employees can work efficiently with IBM’s own technologies, ”said Edina Drabik, Managing Director of IBM Hungary ISSC Kft.

The Corvin Innovation Campus has been designed to meet the expectations of the digital age, with a strong emphasis on creating a green environment. Each level has its own terrace, and the inner garden also serves as a communal space for office staff. The special facade, “A” category building will be surrounded by a renovated and green environment, and the surrounding sidewalks will be widened as part of the development.

“We are proud that the Corvin Innovation Campus will be IBM’s new home in Hungary. Despite the challenges in the domestic market, Futureal has only signed three outstanding tenant agreements in the last year, which shows that there is still a great demand for high-quality offices in Budapest that provide an excellent location, state-of-the-art digital solutions and outstanding services. We find that even in times of difficulty, tenants value strong, reliable partners who have a real vision, pay attention to sustainability and have real answers to the ever-changing office needs, ”emphasized Tibor Tatár, CEO of Futureal.

As part of the Futureal Stay Safe health initiative, the common areas of the Corvin Innovation Campus will become almost completely untouched. Visitors are greeted by automatic doors and light switches with card sensors, as well as safe distance signs. The office building, which is easily accessible by metro and tram, as well as by car from the airport, is equipped with electric chargers and bicycle storage, as well as showers and lockers for those arriving by bicycle.
“It is an honor to participate in one of the largest office relocation projects in Hungary. As both IBM and Futureal are key partners, we have been able to successfully help one of the leading technology companies find the ideal location in Budapest, ”said dr. Péter Würsching, JLL’s hiring manager.
The Corvin Innovation Campus office building is being developed in the immediate vicinity of the Corvin Promenade, making a number of retail, sports and restaurant services quickly available to office workers. Corvin Promenade is an internationally recognized and award-winning development project, which has won, among other things, the International Property Award Best Mixed Use Development Europe Award and first place in the real estate development award competition of the Hungarian branch of FIABCI. In 2014, the development was the first Hungarian project to receive the Urban Land Institute Global Awards for Excellence, which was considered the Oscar of the urban and real estate development profession.

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