The reclamation of the former Olof Palme House has been completed, and a unique Rose Garden has also been planted.
State and private-sector projects have made Hungary the most attractive destination in the Eastern Central Europe region for investors.
The new Museum of Ethnography being constructed as part of the Liget Budapest Project has been named one of the best public buildings in the world.
One of Hungary's most complex and modern playgrounds has been constructed in the Városliget through the Liget Budapest Project.
By the end of the summer, the packing of 250,000 priceless artworks will be 90% complete
The Komárom Star Fortress has been comprehensively reconstructed and expanded as part of the Liget Budapest Project.
The building housing the National Museum Restoration and Storage Centre (OMRRK) is situated beside the Városliget on Szabolcs Street, on the site of a former hospital.
By the middle of next year, all of the major improvements to the Városliget will have begun, and two-thirds of them are already underway or completed.
The comprehensive redevelopment of the Városliget has received an extraordinary level of recognition at the MIPIM property market exhibition and expo.
The Sensory Garden in the Városliget, Hungary's first such spot offering opportunities for relaxation and recreation specifically for the blind and visually impaired, has been renewed.
After winning the title of Best Public Service Architecture Europe, the House of Hungarian Music, a development within the Liget Budapest Project, has won the Best International Public Service Architecture
award at one of the world’s most prestigious international property competitions: the International Property Awards.
The City Park will have another 5,000 square metres added to its green area. The park’s renewal is under way: 124 new trees have already been planted.
The all-encompassing reconstruction of the Museum of Fine Arts has been recognised with one of the most prestigious international heritage protection awards. The museum reopened in 2018 after its renovation won the Europa nostra Award, the European Union’s Cultural Heritage Award, in the Conservation category. The three-year reconstruction, designed by Ybl Prize laureate architect István Mányi, was implemented within the framework of the Liget Budapest Project.