Slovak developer Corwin has sold the Blumental office centre in Bratislava to Czech real estate fund ZFP realitní fond. With more than 21,000 sqm of lettable area, it is one of the largest Bratislava office transactions of 2022. The price of the acquisition has not been disclosed.
The assets of the WOOD & Company Office Sub-Fund will now be supplemented with their tenth office building. The eight-storey modern building offers 7,500 sqm of leasable office space. Green Point is the third Prague office property held by the WOOD & Company Office Sub-Fund. Since its inception in 2017, it has delivered an average annual return of 11.65% to investors, making it one of the most successful real estate funds in the Czech Republic and Slovakia.
The "Best of Realty" competition has entered its 24th year, which annually awards projects that represent the achievements and capabilities of architects, builders, designers, developers and, last but not least, real estate agents in selling or renting them. Domestic constructions completed and approved after January 1, 2021 can apply for nominations for awarded titles until September 2, 2022, when the application deadline. The announcement of results and awarding of prizes to the best projects will take place at the gala evening on November 15, 2022, traditionally the Prague Forum Karlín.
Coronavirus has changed the way we used to know from the office environment. After two years of running a full-time home office, people are slowly returning to the offices - but it's clear that in most cases it won't be five days a week after eight hours. This creates a new problem for companies: how to adjust the capacity of offices and optimize their occupancy. The solution offers an unexpected helper - a corporate wireless network.
Like sand in an hourglass lidé, people should be able to move within the Ostrava Tower skyscraper within six years, which is to be built in the center of Ostrava according to the design of the Chybik + Kristof Architects & Urban Designers studio.
Despite the negative impact of the covid-19 pandemic on economic activity, the European commercial real estate market is on the verge of recovery. According to the analysis "EMEA Real Estate Market Outlook 2022" by CBRE, the expected volume of investments will return to pre-pandemic values by the end of 2022. This will also be reflected in the commercial real estate market in the Czech Republic.
Demand for commercial real estate in the country is still strong. The Czech market is established as highly sought after and provides investors with stable returns. It is well resistant to asset value fluctuations and supported by strong foreign and domestic capital.
More than 40% of all office real estate on the domestic market is certified by one of the internationally recognized systems that confirm its sustainability: the British BREEAM or the American LEED. In this respect, the Czech Republic, together with other countries in the CEE region, ranks among the champions of the whole of Europe - the average is around 20%. Much has been written about the positive impact of certified buildings on the health and well-being of employees, minimizing environmental impacts and saving operating costs. However, one question remained unanswered: how is the certification of office buildings really reflected in their performance, ie prices per square meter of rented space and occupancy? CBRE, the world leader in commercial real estate services, is now providing the key answer. It is based on an analysis of almost 22,000 leases concluded in the last five years in 12 European countries, including the Czech Republic.
• CA Immo leased 60% of the newly built Mississippi House and Missouri Park office buildings in the River City Prague office campus in the area of Karlín
• New tenants: Pure Storage and Novo Nordisk
• During the first 9 months of 2021, CA Immo closed 15 lease transactions with a total volume of nearly 18,500 sqm of modern office space in Prague
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