Wednesday, 17 June 2020

Real Estate

Orco eyes windfall gain on edge of Prague

Czech Position |
19 May 2011

Central European developer Orco Property Group is fighting a small council on the edge of Prague in order to build on farmland.

Czech developer ECM files for insolvency

Reuters |
18 May 2011

Czech developer ECM Real Estate Investments filed for insolvency on Tuesday and proposed reorganisation, the company said on its website.

Int'l investors weigh sides of Czech real estate

Czech Position |
12 May 2011

With investment in the Czech Republic and CE real estate picking up, the profile of int'l investors coming to the market is changing.

IVG Austria buys old Pfizer building

Czech Position |
12 May 2011

Austrian real estate investors make fourth Prague real estate deal for its Luxembourg-based fund HRI Immobilienfonds Nr.1.

ČEZ office sale looks like bargain for insider

Czech Position |
2 May 2011

Unusual conditions surrounding the sale of three office complexes by state-controlled power giant ČEZ could scare away potential investors.

Plot thickens over European super laser site price tag

Czech Position |
28 April 2011

The battle over property valuations for site of the ELI development project could cost Czechs dearly in terms of cash and prestige.

House hunting in ... Prague

The New York Times |
28 April 2011

A neo-Classical building has been restored in the Vinohrady neighborhood near the center of Prague. A two-bedroom apartment on three levels, with a rooftop terrace, is on the market for about USD 1,057,000.

No need to regulate the real estate market?

Czech Position |
28 April 2011

Real estate market regulation need not pit small agencies against large ones; both live in glass houses, with ethical codes unenforced.

Army may retreat from Invalidovna, barracks

Czech Position |
26 April 2011

The Defense Ministry under Alexandr Vondra has radically scaled back plans drafted in 2003 to sell dozens of properties in Prague, with just two buildings now slated for sale — the Jan Žižka barracks and the building housing the military archives — both in Prague 8–Karlín.

Next stop for historic station

Prague Post |
15 April 2011

The fate of the Nákladové nádraží cargo station is in the hands of an appeals committee, which will make recommendations to the Culture Ministry April 20 as to whether the station should be declared a cultural monument, a designation that would protect it from demolition in a planned urban-development project.

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