We are one year away from the big day for 1,800 of BP’s Hungarian Global Business Services branch employees. Their workspace will be moved to our Agora Budapest. The deal is of such significance that it made it to the top of the leasing transactions chart of 2019.

BP will share the complex with other big name companies such as Raiffeisen Bank, but also with our coworking space HubHub and Qubes, offering flexible space leases where middle-sized companies can enjoy shared services like Concierge, educational workshops and even music nights.

When choosing the right workspace, BP’s pro-employee approach matched well with the innate emphasis HB Reavis puts on well-being and productivity when designing offices. BP was in search of a place where business and lifestyle go hand in hand, and that’s precisely what Agora Budapest has to offer.

It will embody the spirit of both business and local communities and support them with various events on-site. Its great accessibility to transport connections, a local gym, a food market and cafés promise a lively quarter.


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For more information, please contact:

Andrea Racz
Marketing & PR Manager
+36 708 830 031

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