The Nokia Skypark is one of the biggest leasing deals completed in the Hungarian office market since the financial crisis. Work began in 2015 with the construction of the east block of the Corvin Promenade project. In this building, the Nokia Networks Global Technology Centre, one of Hungary’s largest IT and telecommunications R&D centres, will operate.
To meet the needs of its tenants, the building is equipped with enhanced electrical capacity and a dual power supply. Its hyper-modern research laboratory features a cutting-edge working environment for research and development work.
On the ground floor of the building, employees can take advantage of a self-service restaurant and cafe and also make use of a two-storey underground car park, as well as a separate parking area reserved for tenants with space for more than 350 cars.
The development of the area around the new office complex features a walkway section designed by the landscape architect Anikó Andor.
The Nokia Skypark is designed by the international recognised FIABCI award-winning Zoboki-Demeter & Associates Architect Office. The building has been certified by the BREEAM rating system.