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Articles - coworking space

The pandemic has helped shared coworking offices, attractive locations are occupied

Coworking and flexible offices are one of the few industries that have been significantly boosted by the coronavirus pandemic. Although HubHubu, the operator of two shared spaces in Prague, had its occupancy reduced to 50 percent during the strictest closures, this year it is reporting that it is practically occupied. One of the reasons is the hybrid work style, to which a significant part of companies have reoriented. Instead of startups, flexible offices are increasingly being rented by larger companies as well.

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The Prague office market is expecting an increase in rent prices next year

After three quarters this year, the Prague office market already exceeded the volume of transactions from the covid years 2020 and 2021. The year-on-year increase in gross and net realized demand, i.e. new contracts and their extensions, amounted to 38 percent. Office vacancy has fallen by 0.3 percentage points since the start of the year to 8.1 percent, and demand for flexible space is growing. Prices will increase in the coming year, which, according to representatives of construction and real estate companies, will be reflected in inflationary clauses in contracts and energy prices.

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Expansion and then the stock market. Czech Spaceflow digitizes buildings and wants to conquer the world

Take the keys out of your pocket, look in the mailbox? It used to be. Nowadays, it is more convenient to open a mobile application. Living in buildings is going through a fundamental process of digitization, and a promising Czech startup is also involved.

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CBRE analysis: Last year, 29 new brands entered the Czech Republic, the most in the last three years

An analysis by CBRE, a world leader in commercial real estate services, shows that despite the ongoing covidu-19 pandemic, new brands are still coming to the domestic retail market, in unprecedented numbers. There were 29 of them last year, which represents a year-on-year increase of 26%. This result is even significantly better compared to the ancestor year 2019. The main event last year was the Prague premiere of the Irish clothing and accessories store Primark on Wenceslas Square, and from the perspective of the High Street the opening of the Versace Italian luxury fashion boutique in Pařížská Street. With regard to the emerging trends, the opening of the so-called phygital store (from the English words physical and digital) of the partner companies eobuv.cz and Modivo in Smíchov, Prague, can also be considered a turning point. The new store, offering a wide range of products in the field of fashion, footwear and accessories, uniquely combines the advantages of the stone shop with the comfort of e-shops and is a harbinger of shopping in the near future.

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Flexible offices are experiencing a second wave of interest

At the beginning of the year, it seemed that many coworking centers or shared offices could not survive the measures associated with the Covid-19 pandemic. It was on shared workspaces, whose philosophy is based on meeting, personal communication and cooperation, that the constraints fell very hard. However, as the results of the June analysis of the consulting company BNP Paribas Real Estate show, this spring most of the operators of coworking and serviced offices felt a new wave of interest.

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Passerinvest will start building New Roztyly. The company will build offices, apartments and shops for billions

Preparations for another large project of the Passerinvest development group took almost fifteen years. After the BB Center in Michel, it will start developing a second location in Prague's Roztyly. So far, the plans cover about half the area of BB Centrum, but even there, developer Radim Passer has been buying more land on an ongoing basis.

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Spaceflow & Flowbox announce partnership: FLOW helps landlords monitor and control their properties

Today, Spaceflow, a tenant experience operating system and Flowbox, an in-building advanced technology management company, announce their partnership. Through their common product offering, Flowbox and Spaceflow help landlords and building operators with their ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) goals. With FLOW, real estate companies can monitor energy consumption, occupancy, air quality, temperature, CO2 levels, humidity and in later phases, control and automate their building hardware in one platform. Real-time data helps owners and managers optimize operations, streamline the use of energy sources, reduce operating costs and be guided through investment decisions.

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IMMOFINANZ comes with an offer of flexible offices in the myhive Palmovka building

IMMOFINANZ is introducing new flexible services for its tenants in the Czech Republic under the myhive brand. It offers companies and individuals customized office products that give them a flexible choice of four options according to their current work needs and rental time. Top offices in the modern myhive concept will bring individual solutions that meet the needs ranging from small offices for one person to large corporate offices. The total leasable area in the Palmovka myhive building is 21,500 square meters.

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