Thursday, 16 May 2019

Real Estate

Office space growth highest since 2009

The Prague Post |
28 January 2015

Total modern office stock in Prague in the fourth quarter of 2014 grew above the 3 million square meters mark, according to the Prague Research Forum.

Developers planning to create new district on Prague's Rohanský ostrov

Radio Prague |
19 January 2015

Developers are planning to create a new district on the Prague island of Rohanský ostrov in the next 15 years.

Foreigners from former Soviet republics behind record high sales of flats in Prague

Radio Prague |
14 January 2015

Interest from foreigners is behind the record-high sales of new flats in Prague last year, the daily Hospodarské noviny reports. Last year developers sold close to 6,000 new flats in Prague, which is more than in the pre-crisis year of 2007.

2015 Czech property forecast (Prague, Brno, Ostrava, Hradec Králové, Zlín and Olomouc)

Prague Connect |
6 January 2015

If I was to use one word to describe the Czech property market right now it would be excitement.

Real estate revival expected to continue

The Prague Post |
2 January 2015

Low interest rates on mortgages pull real estate market in 2014

Private apartment rather than a hotel - different tourist experience

Flat in Prague |
23 Dec 2014

FLAT IN PRAGUE is offering an attractive alternative to hotel stays. Staying in one of the spacious apartments is often much more cost-effective than booking a cramped room in an overpriced hotel.

Prague has second-lowest office rents in CEE

The Prague Post |
15 December 2014

The standard of office buildings is improving, with a growth in the demand for quality office space in city centers in particular, and landlords are currently offering very good leasing conditions, real estate services firm CBRE said.

Na Příkopě ranks 27th on most expensive shopping street list

The Prague Post |
12 December 2014

New York's Upper Fifth Avenue has overtaken Hong Kong's Causeway Bay (€23,307 sqm/year) as the world's most expensive shopping destination, according to global real estate adviser Cushman & Wakefield's flagship retail research report.

Palladium transaction reaffirms Prague as region's top investment destination

Radio Prague |
12 December 2014

The Czech Republic's most lucrative shopping mall, Palladium, is about to change hands in what some have dubbed the deal of the year on the country's commercial property market. The German fund Union Investment is to pay 565 million euro for the mall, located in central Prague, according to the daily Hospodářské noviny.

Czech Republic saw most industrial investment

The Prague Post |
5 December 2014

While Czech industrial property developers invested their energy primarily in buying and selling their portfolios this year, Poland's developers focused on building new stock instead. As a result, the Czech Republic has the highest share in this year's investment in industrial property in central Europe (January to September 2014).

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