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ZFP buys Blumental in Bratislava from Corwin

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.

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The new Philips Class A LED tube: an innovative solution at a time of rising energy prices

Signify (Euronext: LIGHT), formerly Philips Lighting, a world leader in lighting, is expanding its portfolio with the most energy-efficient LED tubes to date. Thanks to its high efficiency, Philips MASTER LEDtube UE can help customers solve not only the global energy crisis, but also the growing pressure to reduce the carbon footprint and stricter EU regulations.

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Developer CTP ceremoniously launched the construction of a highly modern office building worth 1.5 billion crowns, thus completing the revitalization of the Ponávka area

Developer CTP ceremoniously launched the construction of a highly modern office building in the presence of Brno Mayor Markéta Vaňková, 1st Deputy Mayor Petr Hladík, Brno Deputy Robert Kerndl and City Councilor for Transport Petr Kratochvíl. The building for 1.5 billion crowns will complete the first stage of the development of the Ponávka complex in Brno and will offer its tenants the most modern technological and at the same time ecologically sustainable solutions. A modern city park for 30 million crowns is also being created in the area, which is a collaboration between the developer and the city of Brno, as well as the third part of the bike path connecting the Ponávka and Vlněn areas.

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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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Czech investments in 2022 rise by 60% y-o-y to €1.15 billion

The Czech real estate investment volume reached €1.15 billion in the first half of 2022. This was a 60% increase and was mainly led by domestic investors who acquired properties worth more than €607 million. Even the number of transactions in Q2 surpassed Q1 of this year. Domestic buyers were involved in 11 of the 13 transactions in Q2, so the share of the domestic capital increased in total volume to 68%, Savills reported.

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Every fourth woman is considering leaving the workforce, according to Colliers, this can be prevented

Such an exodus of women from the group of productive employees would greatly weaken the Czech labor market Two years of the pandemic have changed many women's perspective on their career life. According to a study published by the McKinsey Global Institute, fully 25% of working women considered quitting their jobs and leaving the labor market. The demanding reconciliation of personal and work life during the pandemic restrictions often led to extreme exhaustion for them, in many cases even to the point of burnout. From the experience of Colliers, a leading diversified professional services company in the field of commercial real estate and investment management, it follows that their decision to leave their career can easily be reversed by the employer by adjusting the working environment and conditions or by investing in the employee's retraining.

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"A" or "B"? This is what matters when choosing administrative premises today. Class "B" offices are still in vogue

The current economy has to deal with a number of negative factors affecting not only our personal but also our working life. The Covid pandemic and its consequences, the difficult geopolitical circumstances caused by the war in Ukraine, the skyrocketing energy prices, steeply rising inflation – all of this has an effect on the office market as well. Today, their tenants are faced with the question of how big offices they will need in the era of the "new normal" - and also in what buildings in order to be able to pay the rent in the rented premises without problems (1). In the considerations of tenants, the price-quality ratio is increasingly coming to the fore. When applying this key criterion, it turns out that class "B" offices, although their share of the market for administrative space in Prague is significantly lower than class "A" offices, are definitely not Cinderella. On the contrary – for many tenants, they are now the ideal solution to their needs. The example of the successful Nagano Park administrative complex in Prague 3 can be used to show why "B" offices are and will be in vogue.

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WOOD & Company Real Estate Fund acquires Green Point

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.

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