As part of the continuing investment in its PSC solution, Cushman & Wakefield has secured new premises, to which it is scheduled to move this month. The new PSC is located in the Studium office building, at Czuczor utca 2-10, Budapest IX, a vibrant mixed-use location in the city centre, close to Corvinus University and many cultural spots. The team is being led by Byron Tudor who has joined from Goldman Sachs International.
Studium office building
The first phase of the new office will accommodate 150 professionals, providing services including: strategic consulting; integrated facilities management; project & development services; portfolio administration and transaction management. From Budapest, Cushman & Wakefield’s GOS team is both shaping the future strategy of clients’ portfolios, as well as providing day-to-day management services.
The Cushman & Wakefield Portfolio Services Center (PSC) model enables:
- FULL SCOPE: from strategic consulting to facilities
- INNOVATION: cross skill collaboration and shared best practices
- ACCESS TO TALENT: unique model integrating front/back services
- FLEXIBILITY: model deployed front line or supporting in country team
- COST EFFICIENCY: through centralisation and location benefits
- CONSISTENCY: service across all markets
The new office space is situated next to Corvinus University and the historic building of the central market hall. The site is easy to access from all directions and has direct links to both Közraktár and Lónyai streets thus Vámház boulevard, Ráday street, Üllői road and the Pest side Danube quay can be easily accessed while the grand boulevard offers a quick link to the Buda side.
Open plan office
The office design is inspired around the employees, using glass wall fronts in all meeting rooms, graphics of iconic buildings in Budapest, collaborative spaces and an emotion wall designed to gauge the mood within the office creating a space which is familiar and locally relevant.
Open plan office