Wednesday, 19 September 2018

Real Estate

Local investors moving into Czech luxury residential markets

CBW |
8 March 2010

After staying quiet for months, J&T Real Estate Czech, the real estate subsidiary of Slovak investment group J&T, announced Rezidence Kampa—a residential project with reportedly the most expensive apartments in Prague.

Rooftops turning into resources

CBW |
8 March 2010

The Czech Republic will never be known as the sunshine state of Europe, but Czech-based logistics developers utilizing their roof space for the production of solar energy is turning out to be an authentic and successful pairing of business interests and eco-friendly practices.

Prague's islands, flood-damaged districts, focus of Architecture Week 2009

Radio Prague |
24 September 2009

To mark International Architecture Week, a number of walking tours, open days and lectures have been organized to shine the spotlight on modern architecture in the Czech capital. Read the interview with one of the organizers of the festival.

Housing market gets boost

Prague Post |
4 December 2009

The government has approved a bill to guarantee loans for construction companies or individuals to build rental housing throughout the country in a dual effort to boost the frozen construction industry and tackle a nationwide housing shortage.

Premium Red to partake in Karlín development

By Denisa Novotná | E15 |
12 Oct 2009

Real Estate Karlin Group has sold part of its River Gardens development on Rohanské nábřeží to Premium Red, a real estate developer belonging to Volksbank group.

Study calls for new 'category killers'

CBW |
5 November 2009

The latest study by property adviser DTZ Czech Republic reports that the Czech retail market can absorb an additional 5 million square meters of space to 2020, with the primary opportunities being for retailers of furniture and interior decoration, as well as consumer electronics chains and new grocery store formats connected to food and convenience shopping.

Prime rent on Na Příkopě falls

CBW |
8 October 2009

More than half of the world's most prestigious shopping streets have been affected by the global economic downturn, according to the latest Main Streets Across the World report by property consultant Cushman & Wakefield.

Analysts: ECM REI to end Q1 in a loss worth CZK 92.4m

CBW |
26 May 2009

Real estate company ECM Real Estate Investments will post a loss worth CZK 92.4m in Q1 this year, which is a year-on-year improvement compared with a loss of CZK 393m the firm posted in 2008, analysts polled by CTK have said.

Prague’s office market presents interesting opportunities

CBW |
23 September 2009

According to analysts and a developer behind a new initiative geared to raising tenant awareness of Prague’s office market, the time is now.

Tenants gaining value over real estate developers

By Denisa Novotná | E15 |
8 Sep 2009

Tenants are gaining value in the Czech office space market. Real estate brokers have already started reacting to their strong position in property lease negotiations.

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