Saturday, 18 November 2017

Real Estate

Investors show little interest in Czech brownfields.

Aktuálně.cz |
26 November 2008

Some 10,000 buildings in the Czech Republic are unoccupied and dilapidating.

Pankrác Plain: from marketplace to shopping mall

RADIO PRAGUE |
25 November 2008

Prague’s Pankrác neighbourhood has been a subject of many debates over the past months. Plans to build high-rise buildings on the Pankrác Plain have angered not only local inhabitants but also experts from UNESCO, who argue that the new skyscrapers would destroy Prague’s unique historical skyline.

Praguescape: U Myšáka tarted up beyond recognition

By Kristina Alda |
Prague Daily Monitor |
25 Nov 2008

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The reconstruction of Prague's most famous sweetshop can be easily summarized in three words: kitsch, kitsch, kitsch.

Kristina Alda is the Monitor's managing editor. She likes writing about buildings and public space.
You can reach her at kristina@praguemonitor.com. You can read more of her stories here.

Projects in Prague, Most, Benešov win Best of Realty

Aktuálně.cz |
24 November 2008

One housing and two office projects in Prague, a shopping centre in Most and a hotel in Benešov have been named the best Czech real estate projects of the year in Best of Realty competition.

Parker Green lands in the Golden City

The Prague Post |
14 November 2008

The Irish development and investment company Parker Green International will open an office in the Czech capital’s International Business Center 1 December.

This year to see biggest retail space growth

By Vladimír Kaláb |
Hospodářské noviny |
13 Nov 2008

Arkády Pankrác

The share of retail space per 1,000 inhabitants places the Czech Republic above the EU average.

Dock project to change the face of Libeň

CBW |
11 November 2008

Developer Crestyl group recently started preparations for the first phase of the Dock residential complex and business park, whose completion is planned for the first quarter of 2010.

Praguescape: Copa centrum receives green light

By Kristina Alda |
PRAGUE DAILY MONITOR |
11 Nov 2008

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The Národní třída project just has received a building permit. Construction near Tesco can now begin.

Kristina Alda is the Monitor's managing editor. She likes writing about buildings and public space.
You can reach her at kristina@praguemonitor.com. You can read more of her stories here.

Property supply to rise

By Hana Vorlíčková |
Aktuálně.cz |
10 Nov 2008

The prices of offices, shops, warehouses and production facilities could go down by a fifth or even by a third, according to King Sturge.

Prague land prices up 15%

Aktuálně.cz |
7 Nov 2008

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The prices of land in Prague are almost 15% higher than a year ago, according the updated draft price map of building land for 2009.

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