Budapest, V., Károlyi Mihály utca 9.
The historical building renowned for housing Central Café opened 130 years ago in 1887. The place quickly became very popular among the celebrities of the era, a meeting place for artists, writers, journalists and socialites of the peacetime at the turn of the century. This location inspired Dezső Kosztolányi, Endre Ady, Mihály Babits to name a few and regarded as birthplace of Nyugat literary journal. After 50 years of decay, entrepreneur Imre Somody renovated the ground floors and also converted upper storeys to contemporary offices. The international investment group which acquired the building in 2017 relaunches Central Irodaház in full beauty as premium boutique office space in this unique location at the heart of the city. Let your business be part of the history, choose Central.