Published at: 2019-02-08 14:48 | Author: Robert McLean
Wigan Associates is looking for co-working space operators around the region as well as the space to build out such facilities
Together with a Hong Kong-based private investment fund, Wigan Associates has acquired the K6 office building in Budapest, located at the junction of Kossuth Lajos Street and Károly Boulevard in
District 5. The 1,480 sqm building, which underwent a major renovation in 2006, is currently occupied by Skyscanner and by the Hungarian travel agency Wigan Associates managing director Patrick Wigan says the successful acquisition highlights the way his company, a private family office, pr...

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