Friday, 17 May 2019

Real Estate

High public interest pushes deadline for 'missing statue' design

Prague Connect |
16 March 2016

Flow East, the Anglo-Czech property developer and heritage campaigner, today announced that it has extend the deadline for submissions to the design competition for the missing statue on the “Císařské schodiště” (imperial staircase) of The Forum building at Wenceslas Square 19. Designs will now be accepted through 30 April due to high public interest.

Q4 2015 busiest quarter on record for Prague Office Market

Prague Connect |
10 March 2016

2016 investment volumes forecasted to surpass EUR 2.0 billion

E-shops are driving CE industrial market

The Prague Post |
24 February 2016

Almost 20 million square meters of modern industrial leasehold are currently available in central Europe. So strong is the interest on behalf of occupiers that the share of available space has dropped to a historical low of 5.7 percent. To compare – the share of available office spaces is double that amount, at 12 percent.

Older offices may be back in demand

The Prague Post |
19 February 2016

The year 2015 saw high demand for modern office buildings. Of the total take-up amounting to 447,000 square meters, 90 percent represented the demand for class A buildings. Currently, there is more than 3.2 million square meters of office space on the market, of which 69.5 percent are class A offices, according to data from Colliers International.

Czech real estate prices rise with worries growing about affordability

Radio Prague |
18 February 2016

After years of decline, the Czech Republic's real estate market is experiencing a boom. Prices of apartments in the Czech Republic are currently being sold for the highest price within the last five years, the daily e15 reported on Wednesday.

Corso Court opens in Karlín

The Prague Post |
12 February 2016

The Corso Court office building opened Feb. 10 in Prague's Karlín business district. The new office center is LEED Platinum certified and fully rented.

Popular Prague department store bought by former banker

Radio Prague |
10 February 2016

Real estate magnate and former banker Václav Skala has bought Kotva, an icon among Prague department stores which first opened some 36 years ago when then-Czechoslovakia was behind the Iron Curtain. The price of the deal? Around two billion crowns.

You can buy a Czech castle for USD 13,000

Bloomberg |
4 February 2016

The Libějovice chateau looks like something out of a 19th century romantic novel: an elegant, mustard-hued Renaissance palace with tall windows and elaborate balcony railings bearing the noble Schwarzenberg family's coat of arms. Natalia Makovik will sell it to you for less than the price of some Manhattan studio apartments.

Prague citizens call on city to combat scourge of graffiti

Prague Connect |
3 February 2016

A survey of Prague residents shows an overwhelming demand for the municipality and police to take action against graffiti vandals. Over 80 per cent say that graffiti is a menace and that more should be done to eradicate it.

Prague.TV launched New Developments database for Prague

Prague TV |
2 February 2016

Prague.TV in cooperation with launched Prague's most up to date New Developments database in English for Prague - more than 650 projects available in and around Prague.

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