The story covering WWF Hungary’s sustainable land use project in Tiszatarján won the ’Big Picture’ category of Telekom’s Sustainability Press Award in Hungary this weekend. Feaured in Hungary’s leading online daily news media INDEX, the report video is covering the sustainable land use project of WWF in Tiszatarján.
Hvg.hu writes that Budapest’s population is growing by 0,6% every year, which can be seen in the increasing estate prices. Meanwhile the popularity of the agglomeration has been decreasing: the annual 0,5% growth of the population is way behind the 2,4% rate of the years following the turn of the millennium.
Signs indicate that the residential property market in Hungary is not only back from the dead, but that it is growing at breakneck pace, according to a review by the Central Statistical Office (KSH). The volume and rate of sales have both been soaring and prices have been heading towards new heights, to the horror of buyers.
Real estate firm CA Immo has closed the transaction to purchase the approximately 70,400 square-meter Millennium Towers office building for EUR 175 million from TriGránit and Heitmann’s local subsidiary, according to a press release.
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