Our new residential complex at Újlipótváros in Budapest, has achieved a Gold rating in the LEED energy certification system, which is an international industry standard. It is extremely rare for a residential complex to achieve a gold rating in a system that recognises the architectural and technical solutions of office buildings.
LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) originated in the United States, is the most widely used green building certification system in the world, rewarding the energy solutions, modernity and quality of construction of the largest building complexes.
The Gold certification achieved by Duna Pearl in Budapest is a testimony to the fact that the building complex meets the LEED framework’s state-of-the-art requirements for a healthy environment, efficiently designed and energy-efficiently operated.
Duna Pearl uses a minimum of 20 percent renewable energy, in line with EU building regulations, including a state-of-the-art heat pump system that produces hot water from air, as well as the special in-built cooling and heating solutions.
The new owners will receive apartments equipped with premium fitted kitchens, built-in furniture, roller blinds, LED suspended ceiling mood lighting and spotlights. In addition, they will benefit from the latest soundproofing solutions between the ceilings and the convenience of the smart home IT technology.
The construction work has included the renewal of the surrounding streets, the renovation of pavements, the creation of new park areas and the opening up of green spaces on all sides, with newly designed public and community spaces for residents and visitors to the district.