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Budapest, V., Molnár utca 28

  • Total available office space:

    1 933 sq m

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Building description

The two-storey neo-Baroque palace at 28th Molnár Street in the southern part of the city
centre was originally completed in 1890. The building was designed by Mór Kallina, whose
works include the Buda Vigadó, the Buda Castle Evangelical Church and the statue of St.
The interior of the palace, which was proportionate in size and restrained yet magnificent,
was filled with a spacious staircase and elegantly decorated halls. As a quasi-addition to
the building, which was open to the inner courtyard in a U-shape, a much larger fourstorey
apartment building was added at the turn of the century from Váci Street.
The house on Molnár Street has survived the storms of the 20th century relatively well
and, despite some internal alterations, has basically preserved its original form. The house
was once occupied by a state design office, which remodeled the interior in the 1980s in
a post-modern style according to its own specifications and needs. The courtyard has
been covered with a glass roof, but no major architectural changes have been made to the
building, which retains its elegant staircase and most of its airy, finely decorated rooms.
The facade remains intact, with the original marble and limestone plinths intact.

  • Building information

    • Building status
      under construction
    • Gross leasable area
      2 253 sq m
    • Building completion date
    • Green building certification