TriGránit

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TriGránit Development Corporation
Type Private
Industry Real estate development and management
Founded 1997
Headquarters Budapest, Hungary
Key people Sándor Demján, Chairman Lorant Varga, CEO
Website http://www.trigranit.com

TriGránit has emerged as one of the property developers in Europe. The company has so far completed projects with a total value of Euro 2 billion.[citation needed] TriGránit is currently working on several developments in 8 countries across the CEE region.

After having completed projects in Hungary, Poland, Slovakia and Romania, the company has widened its focus to include, Serbia, Croatia, Slovenia, Montenegro, Russia and Ukraine.[citation needed]

TriGránit’s primary focus is on dominant, mixed-use “City Center” projects in strategic urban locations. TriGránit creates prototype developments including retail & entertainment centres, office buildings, hotels, residential developments, waterfront resorts and cultural facilities.[citation needed]

Projects[edit]

  • Bank Center, Budapest, Hungary - opened in 1996;
  • Pólus Center, Budapest, Hungary - opened in 1996;
  • Westend City Center, Budapest, Hungary - opened in 1999;
  • Polus City Center, Bratislava, Slovakia - opened in 2000;
  • Millennium Tower, Bratislava, Slovakia - opened in 2001;
  • National Theatre, Budapest, Hungary - opened in 2002;
  • Millennium TowerII, Bratislava, Slovakia - opened in 2003;
  • Duna-Pest Residences, Budapest, Hungary - opened in 2005;
  • Palace of Arts, Budapest, Hungary - opened in 2005;
  • Silesia City Center, Katowice, Poland - opened in 2005;
  • Millennium Tower I, Budapest, Hungary - opened in 2006;
  • Polus Center, Cluj, Romania - opened in 2007;
  • Naberezhnye Chelny I, Russia - opened in 2007;
  • Lakeside Park I, Bratislava, Slovakia - opened in 2008;
  • Millennium Tower II, Budapest, Hungary - opened in 2008;
  • Millennium Tower III, Budapest, Hungary - opened in 2008;
  • Bonarka City Center, Krakow, Poland - open in 2009;
  • Coco de Mare, Seychelles, - open in 2010;
  • Arena Centar Zagreb, Croatia - open in 2010;
  • Polus Center, Brasov, Romania open in 2011;
  • Yerevan Mall, Yerevan, Armenia - open in 2014

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