Office buildings Andrássy 11 and 12 open the autumn season with a new image and web page
The office palaces at 11 and 12 Andrássy Avenue, managed by IVG Hungary Kft., had not had a tailored image before, however, a new Internet appearance of the office buildings was made up during the summer period.
“When developing the image of office buildings Andrássy 11 and 12 the primary concern was to obtain a distilled design, which, besides its simplicity, reflects the stylistical characteristics of the Neo-Renaissance apartment houses built in the 1880’s” – said Zsófia Knauer, Marketing and Leasing Director of IVG Hungary Kft. “As the two separate buildings are near each another on Andrássy Avenue, we felt that due to their character and location we needed to create an image applicable to each one of them distinctively as well as to both of them together.”
The management of the office palaces restored by IVG in 2001-2002 was reobtained by the company in 2009 following their sale, after IVG has been assigned by investment company HGA Capital (Germany) to manage its portfolio in Budapest. Besides their excellent location, the special features of Andrássy 11 and 12 include the beautiful Neo-Renaissance architectural characteristics of the buildings renovated meeting art history standards, to the joy of both the tenants and the passers-by of Andrássy Avenue. The ground floor of office building Andrássy 11 offers business premises, while office building Andrássy 12 accommodates office-rooms to let.
IVG Immobilien AG is one of the major real estate companies in Europe. The company manages assets worth € 22.1 billion and is represented with approx. 600 employees in 18 selected major German and European cities. Via its network of local branches, IVG manages inter alia on-balance properties with a market value of € 4.3 billion. In northern Germany IVG constructs and operates underground storage caverns for oil and gas. In the fund segment IVG is the leading provider of tailored property funds for institutional investors. In combination with the closed-end funds for private investors, IVG manages funds and mandates amounting to a total volume of € 15.5 billion.