GTC Hungary Zrt is a wholly owned subsidiary of Warsaw’s publicly quoted Globe Trade Centre S.A.
GTC SA is one of the leading commercial real estate companies in Central, Eastern and Southern Europe. Since 1994, the Group has been developing high-standard, modern office and retail properties through CEE region.
GTC’s mission is simple: to create and manage high quality offices and commercial space. The portfolio demonstrates the company's affinity for commencing ambitious projects, completing them successfully and on time, and leasing to full stabilised occupancy.
With Duna Tower, GTC Hungary’s total office portfolio of owned and managed assets is over 214,000 m2 of leased area and maintains the company's profile as one of the most serious and sustainable international real estate developers and investors in Hungary.
For further information on GTC Group activities please connect to www.gtc.com.pl
An iconic landmark Budapest office building in a great location adjacent to the Arpad Bridge in the 13th district.
The offices have sweeping river and city views as well as the lush green vista over the parks of Margaret Island.
At 16 floors Duna Tower has 31,500m2 of leasable area and is the tallest commercial office building in Budapest. Amenities include a 3 floors of underground garage for 382 vehicles, restaurant, coffee bar, and meeting areas. Duna Tower is easily and conveniently accessible by tram, metro, bus, and even on foot or bicycle. Downtown Budapest is a quick five-minute car journey.
Rising towards the sky on the edge of the Danube, Duna Tower offers the best office space in Budapest.
GTC Hungary recently acquired the building and plans to fully renovate the common areas and upgrade the technical specifications of the building during 2016.
GTC is proud to announce that the refurbishing of Duna Tower's lobby is completed.
The interior refurbishing of 3,000 m2 of common areas and technical reconstruction of Budapest’s highest office building started in July.
In the next phase we will refit the garden of the office building, which is planned to be handed over this spring.