Monday, 14 January 2019

Real Estate

Flow East takes further action on Savarin Palace sale

The Prague Post |
11 August 2015

The legal case between Flow East on one hand and developer Ballymore and Ireland's National Asset Management Agency (NAMA) has now escalated. Flow East claims it offered EUR 7 million more for the Savarin Palace building than the rival bidder Crestyl Developments. Flow East says its bid was EUR 87 million.

Massive Ostrava property portfolio heads into British hands

Radio Prague |
7 August 2015

A British-based real estate company has bought out one of the Czech Republic’s biggest private owners of flats and property.

Savarin project officially announced

The Prague Post |
6 August 2015

Crestyl group acquires palace on Na Příkopě but not without controversy

Bredovský Dvůr acquires three new tenants

The Prague Post |
5 August 2015

Building in Prague 1 is now 91 percent occupied

9 staggering truths about property rental laws

Prague TV |
31 July 2015

If you are either a tenant or a landlord in Czech Republic, here are some little-known facts about the new Civil Code governing rental contracts which came into effect from 01/2014.

Commercial real estate market now growing on more solid foundations

Radio Prague |
23 July 2015

The mushrooming of office blocks and industrial parks and warehouses around the Czech Republic, but especially in the Prague region is one of the most visible signs of economic transformation over the last 20 years.

Prices of new flats on rise

Radio Prague |
17 July 2015

The price of newly-built flats in the Czech Republic is on the rise. The increase has been particularly visible in the capital Prague, which has the most such properties, Mladá fronta Dnes reported on Thursday.

Q2 sees some completions of industrial space

The Prague Post |
15 July 2015

More projects including an Amazon center are in the pipeline

Prologis completes three build-to-suit facilities in Prague

The Prague Post |
10 July 2015

Prologis announced that it has completed three build-to-suit (BTS) facilities, totaling more than 76,000 square meters, around Prague.

Public opposes Old Town Square hotel

The Prague Post |
22 June 2015

Joining historical buildings into a luxury hotel first was proposed in 1996

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