The animal falls: here are the sights of the first rust zone development in Pest

The developer of the first project specifically for the rust zone created a unique rust urban development concept, including a two-hectare public park. An environmentally conscious urban district with a unique microclimate, planned to be worth one billion euros (approximately HUF 360 billion) has been planned for the area of ​​the former Láng Gépgyár (at the Forgách utca metro station in the 13th district) in agreement with the local government. into the lives of the inhabitants of. (And last but not least, apartments with zero VAT will be available for purchase here – ed.)

The government’s Rust Zone Action Plan, launched to develop neglected urban industrial areas, aims to create a healthy living and working environment on the site of rust zones, taking into account environmental considerations and making optimal use of infrastructure resources. The program also aims to stop the “spreading” of the capital, ie to revitalize neglected but valuable, easily accessible areas by rehabilitating sites close to the center of Budapest.

After considering a number of professional considerations, the Rust Zone Committee was the first to designate the area of ​​the former Flame Machine Factory as a rust zone action area. The area is currently registered by the Municipality of the 13th District as a brownfield area, and the capital has also designated the capital as one of the possible areas of action in the rust zone of Budapest. According to the current design phase, the developer will create a total of approximately 410,000 square meters of underground and above-ground area.

According to the inter-work plans, residential buildings are expected to be built on a gross 136,000 m2, office buildings on a gross 133,000 m2, a hotel with nearly 250 rooms and a four-star or four-star superior rating on a gross 16,000 m2, and the remaining parts are planned. underground car parks will be set up. (The good news for those looking for a modern, new apartment in District XIII is that anyone who buys a new apartment in an area declared rusted can claim a 5 percent VAT refund, regardless of CSOK and number of children!)

The investor has increased the value of the project from € 500 million to nearly € 1 billion after anticipation of rising construction material prices and the introduction of a number of innovative, energy-saving, innovative solutions. At the same time, it is important to emphasize that the basic concept has remained unchanged, so that the energy-efficient project elements, which also take into account the needs and conditions of the district, will continue to be built in a livable environment with a public park of almost two hectares.

The developer will comply with the provisions of the town planning contract and will adjust to its spirit, so it will implement a number of infrastructure investments not directly related to the development in the immediate vicinity of the area. The mentioned public park will also be accessible to the general public, which is a good example of the people-centered nature of urban development.

Seen from the corner of Váci út and Fáy utca towards Újpest…

The aim of the investor is to sell high-quality residential buildings, commercial and service units, as well as environmentally friendly office buildings equipped with modern, smart solutions in a livable environment that fits into the image of the settlement. According to a concept also supported by the municipality and the district chief architect, visitors from the city will be greeted by a gradually rising complex of buildings, with the buildings only 65 meters high in the northern part of the site, making the new quarter fit harmoniously into the city fabric. The housing and office space on the nearly ten-hectare development will take innovation to a new level, as in addition to building smart home systems, they will place a strong emphasis on exploiting the potential of the renewable energy segment. It is the developer’s mission to set a good example with the innovative use of renewable energy sources.

“The complex design methodology represented by our design office, the automated and data-driven design, contributes to the development of the rust zone on Váci út, creating a special urban formula that meets the criteria of society, the investor and the regulators,” said Dr. Gergely Paulinyi. President and CEO of Paulinyi & Partners Zrt., senior planner of the first rust zone investment.

“It is a real honor for us to be the first to be part of a government-initiated rust zone program that provides an opportunity to revitalize neglected industrial areas. However, we are also aware that this is a huge responsibility as the first development in a rust zone. With this in mind, we aim to create an exemplary neighborhood where we think it will be an experience to live, work and relax. We want to achieve one of the largest multifunctional developments in Eastern Europe, so that it can be a source of pride not only for the district and the capital, but for the whole country. We also focus on creating a part of the city that can be lived in all its elements, based on the concept plans, ”emphasized Péter Zentai, the head of the group behind the investment.

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