Published at: 2012-01-01 12:00 | Author: Martin Kuebler
In two of Orco’s latest Budapest projects, the developer is using 21st century green technology to retrofit historic structures built a century before sustainability became development’s new buzzword.

Budapest’s natural springs of thermal waters are an undeniable tourist draw, but they also look set to be a boon for Orco’s ambitious plans to revive the city’s mostly empty former Stock Exchange building. By the end of February, nea...

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