PwC Hungary, Kővári Tercsák Dentons Europe, BCCH, CBRE, St. Andrea Bor és Gasztro Bár
Although the original house was built in 1893, it was not classified as a historic monument. Nevertheless, the facade of the new office building will be kept intact and will be restored to its original design, while the interior of the building was torn down and a state-of-the-art, 7-level office and a 5-level parking garage will be developed.
The cast iron courtyard structure inside the building was dismantled, and then will be reconstructed after renovation; the elegant main stairway is preserved.
The current occupancy of the new office buidling is app. 70%, thanks to the pre-lease contract with PricewaterhouseCoopers.
The Eiffel Palace office building is located adjacent to Nyugati tér, in the heart of the central business district of Budapest (District V). The most of the jurisdictional, as well as governmental buildings are in close vicinity.
The access is exceptionally easy both by public transportation and by car. The building is sitting on Metro line 3, and other lines of trams 4 and 6, trolley-buses 72 and 73, and buses 6, 26, 26A, 91 and 191, as well as the Western Railway Station in Budapest, through which several thousand people commute to work from all around Budapest day-to-day.
The office building is easily accessible by car from both Pest and Buda.