Friday, 28 July 2017
Business | Real Estate | The New York Times

The housing market in Prague is robust, with well-priced homes in good locations often selling in a matter of weeks, often with multiple bidders.

Business | Real Estate | Prague TV

Flatio.com, a Czech startup that provides accommodation for periods between one to six months.

Business | Real Estate | Prague TV

Building a new apartment building can take 10 years. The construction itself from groundbreaking to inspection takes two years. Most of the time is taken up by preparations where the developer must obtain dozens of permits. Critics say this is leading to a shortage of flats and driving up prices.

Business | Real Estate | CIA News

Karlín Group and Horizon Holding are readying the new Zahálka residential quarter with 800 apartments in Prague. The apartments will be built on a brownfield near the Hodkovičky golf course and the main cycling path in Prague.

Prague | Real Estate | Prague TV

The population of Prague is expected to rise to 1.37 million by 2030, adding some 93,000 to the current population. This estimate, which is based on the city's strategic plan for development, draws attention to the lack of new affordable housing being built.

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Retail parks will see the biggest development of all types of commercial premises in the Czech Republic in the coming years. This is estimated by 80% of polled directors of development companies.

Prague | Business | Real Estate | Prague TV

The area near the Florenc metro stop and bus depot is one of the less inviting places in the city. But that may change. Za Poříčskou bránou is set to be revitalized.

Prague | Real Estate | Prague TV

The average temperatures in Prague have gradually risen to more 10 degrees Celsius since the 1960s, and the city is looking at ways to mitigate the problem. While 10 degrees does not sound warm, the average takes into account nights and also winter. The city wants to use green plants help to control the temperature.