In February, the development and investment group Crestyl appointed Lenka Preslova as its commercial director for commercial real estate. In the newly established position, she became part of the management of Crestyl in the Czech Republic, where she will lead the team dealing with the leasing and management of commercial real estate - both office and retail.
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.
The construction of the new Roztyly Plaza office building was symbolically started today with a ceremonial tapping of the foundation stone. Work is currently underway on the construction of underground floors with a capacity of 330 parking spaces for tenants and another 100 spaces for P + R car parks. The seven-storey building will offer for rent an office with a total area of 21,700 m2 and business units on the ground floor, which will be occupied by a canteen and there is also a grocery store or drugstore. The construction also includes the modification of the immediate surroundings - the bus terminal will be modernized, the ground floor will be modified and the asphalt will be replaced by a Prague mosaic enabling water seepage.
What so far seems more like a phrase will change the real estate market in the coming years. The principles of socially responsible and sustainable investment, referred to by the acronym ESG, are already intervening in real estate investments and commercial real estate rentals. A wave of renovations awaits the owners of buildings built over the past 15 years. Older office buildings or those hurried by developers with a hot needle will often go to the ground.
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State-of-the-art technologies including intelligent building control, high-quality archi-tecture, BREEAM Excellent certification and a prestigious address in the newly es-tablished centre of the city. These are the most interesting attributes of the Organi-ca building, the current project of Contera in Ostrava. Once completed in 2023, a major part of the building will be rented by TietoEVRY, an international provider of IT services and one of the biggest employers in the Moravian-Silesian region. How-ever, Organica will offer much more to its users and visitors.
The Austrian company Immofinanz sold the Prague Airport Business Center to the investment fund Jet Industrial Lease (JET) of the Brno billionaire Igor Fait. This is according to today's press release of the law firm bpv Braun Partners, which advised on the sale, and the press release of Jet Investment. The parties did not disclose the value of the transaction. Billionaire Radovan Vítek is interested in taking over Immofinanz.
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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