A brand new Loffice venue is in the making!
2009 - we open Hungary’s first coworking office
We launch Loffice in Paulay Ede Street, 6th district, with an event space, a coworking space with 28 workstations & 4 additional floors of private offices. The building is the former printing house of the neighbouring Music Academy - think lots of glass bricks, large spaces & an industrial atmosphere. Our first location quickly grew into a popular office for start-ups, entrepreneurs and creatives.
2011 - getting a foothold in Austria
Our Vienna coworking office is located in a former shoe factory in Schottenfeldgasse, 6th district. Our event space here has since become a popular and well-known venue for creative and business events in Vienna.
2011 - 2019 - Loffice offices across the city
In the 2010s, the Loffice portfolio was enriched with several further locations in Budapest: the “mini Loffice” in Király Street, an office in Sas Street, and the souterrain office in Sonnenberg Villa in Munkácsy Mihály Street all hosted start-ups and smaller companies for shorter or longer periods. These were all private offices and are no longer parts of our portfolio.
2013 - our first rendezvous with District 8
At the time it wasn’t that hip but we knew it would be: we found an old polymer factory site including a large plot of land next to Rákóczi Square and converted it into a loft office - it won a design award that year.
2020 - a 10th anniversary milestone
As a result of our own development on the land next to the polymer plant, our new 6-storey office building opens in Salétrom Street, and the former Rákóczi Square property gets connected to it. Currently it houses private offices and a coworking office with a roof terrace on the 6th floor.
2022 - new kid on the block
We’re heading for a new adventure. Keeping our heartbeat in the 8th district, we’re starting to set up our new office in a street-front premise just a 4-minute walk away from Salétrom Street. We hope to move the coworking office and our meeting rooms there by the end of the year, while the entire Salétrom Loffice building can operate as Wolt’s headquarters.
We have grown very fond of Józsefváros in the recent years due to its unique atmosphere, exciting spaces & pure diversity. Fortunately, more and more development are in progress in the district, the local government is making quite an effort to make Józsefváros a more livable and more community-oriented place. Among these development works, the street of our new coworking office, Déri Miksa Street, is also planned to become a real green promenade.
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