Friday, 19 January 2018
Prague | Real Estate | Prague TV

In the third quarter of 2017, foreigners bought 8 percent of new apartments in development projects in Prague. Most often the foreign buyers were Russians. Just under a third of the development project flats were sold in Prague 10, followed by Prague 5 and Prague 9.

Prague | Real Estate | Prague TV

A lot is planned for the development of the city in 2018. One of the main events will be the public discussion of the Metropolitan Plan. Architects and city officials have been working on the plan since 2012, and the public will be able to get involved in the spring.

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The volume of real estate investments in 2017 will show the second highest figure in history and will be close to the threshold of EUR 3.3bn.

Business | Real Estate | Financial Times

Tomáš Daněk did not plan to buy a flat for another couple of years. But as the 31-year-old network engineer watched Prague's property prices surging higher and higher, he felt he had to take the plunge.

Prague | Real Estate | Prague TV

Prague offers relatively cheap office workspaces. Office spaces in Prague are about 90 percent cheaper than those in Hong Kong, which is the world's most expensive city. Prague came in 162nd place in Cushman & Wakefield's ranking for 215 cities in 58 countries.

Prague | Real Estate | Prague TV

A new passage has opened in downtown Prague. The passage, as well as the house in which it is located, has been renovated by a private investor. Rosetta Palace is located in Jungmannova 30/21.

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The construction of the Letná shopping center started Dec. 7 with the laying of the foundation stone. The start of Letná obchodní centrum was delayed for several years since the Prague 7 Town Hall objected to the original design of the project.

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Rents for shops in Wenceslas Square can reach those of Na Příkopě in the next few years if recent trends to continue.