Anita Csörgő is the new Head of Retail at CBRE
Anita Csörgő joined the world's leading real estate consultant's Budapest office in November 2012 as the new Head of Retail. Anita has been one of the leading experts in the Retail real estate market segment in Hungary in the last 15 years. Her name is associated with the leasing and repositioning of a good part of Andrássy Avenue’s luxury retail pitch between Deák and Octogon Squares. CBRE’s aim is to become a dominant player in the retail property market in and outside Budapest as well.
As one of the foremost specialists in Hungary's retail property market Anita has been working in Budapest for 15 years, for the past 12 years she headed Colliers International Hungary’s Retail Division which she started up as well.. The specialist had previously lived in the United States, , where she worked for a long time as a project manager for one of New York City’s leading residential real estate consultancies, the Corcoran Group. In Budapest her main focus – among others – was the letting of shops in the downtown working with clients such as Gucci, Salamander, beeLine, Apple, Starbucks and H&M. In 2012 Anita was responsible for the opening of the new flagship salons for Moncler, Hublot and the North Face on Andrássy Avenue.
"Following CBRE's international strategy – and in accordance with the Central and Eastern European regional plans – in the future we will increasingly turn our attention towards the retail market in Hungary. Our goal is to become the leading consultancy in the Hungarian retail market. With Anita's experience and expertise this clearly can be achieved." - said Adrienne Konthur, Managing Director of CBRE’s Budapest office.
"I am delighted to work in CBRE’s team and I am confident that with the company's international support we can also gain a regional advantage. CBRE achieved incredible success in the American, British, and German retail markets in recent years; we will do our best here to significantly advance our market position in Hungary." - Anita Csörgő added.