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Articles - kancelářský trh

CA IMMO registers a significant demand for premium offices: Two of its buildings in Prague are fully leased

• Less than a year after the first tenant moved in, the Mississippi House and Missouri Park office buildings on the River City Prague office campus are fully occupied • 18 concluded lease transactions with a total of 16,200 m2 of modern administrative space in the Prague portfolio of CA Immo during the first 5 months of 2022 • As companies struggle for the best brains, the trend toward the highest quality offices is growing

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Hybrid office transformations

The coronavirus pandemic subsides with the onset of summer, and with it the need to work from home. However, the labor market and the way work is done has undergone a number of changes over the last two years. However, many companies are still looking for new models of office work.

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A new standard in offices: How to deal with a hybrid model of work? And where are its limits?

• A total of 68% of companies expect people to return to regular office work in the first half of the year • Most (70%) companies allow voluntary return to offices or only partial attendance • A total of 72% of companies are moving towards a "hybrid workplace" model within internal barriers • 466 respondents from 199 global companies in the EMEA region, including the Czech Republic, took part in the survey

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Investment market in the Czech Republic in Q1 2022

INVESTMENT MARKET: 1ST QUARTER 2022 • In the first quarter of 2022, the volume of investments in the Czech Republic Republic worth € 898 million, which represented year-on-year increase of 210%. No transaction Residomo, which was concluded in the 1st quarter of 2020, the volume of investment would be in the 1st quarter of this year, the highest since the 1st quarter of 2019. • Although the number of transactions concluded during the 1st quarter significantly decreased, the average transaction size compared to average of more than doubled in the previous 12 quarters. • The office sector regained its dominant position and accounted for 58% of investment in Q1. Activity has also increased in the retail sector, where value investments accounted for 29% of the total quarterly volume. Share industrial assets fell to 14% in the first quarter. • With transactions worth € 519 million, it attracted the most capital in the 1st quarter of Prague, where five transactions were concluded. • They mainly contributed to the total volume of transactions domestic investors who acquired five properties worth more than € 435 million (48% of the total), followed European investors (39%). • After a slight correction in industrial real estate income and offices in the 4th quarter of 2021 remained yieldy in the first three months of 2022 in all sectors unchanged

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The European commercial real estate market is resilient to adverse macroeconomic conditions

According to the latest overview of the development of capital markets in the EMEA region (Europe, Middle East, Africa), published by Colliers, a devastating shock in the market in the first quarter of 2022 resulted from the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Despite this, investors' interest in commercial real estate persisted.

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After office, smaller offices, but more meeting rooms. Companies monitor occupancy over wireless networks

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.

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UBM strengthens sustainable construction: it is also preparing projects with wooden structures in the Czech Republic

The year 2021 was very successful for UBM Development Czechia. It sold three projects (in Prague, Lipno and Karlovy Vary) and also approved the Astrid Offices projects in Holešovice, the Andaz Prague Hotel on Senovážné náměstí and the Neugraf residential project in Smíchov. This list also includes the start of construction of an extensive residential project Arcus City in Prague-Stodůlky, where it also directly opened a sales center. This year, UBM will start construction of the next stage of this project. At the same time, they are negotiating new acquisitions. Following the example of the Austrian parent company, it is going to use ecological wooden constructions of houses and prepare a pilot housing project in the Czech Republic.

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Year-round volume of investments in commercial real estate in Central and Eastern Europe increased by 6% year-on-year in 2021

The construction, operation, financing, development and acquisition of commercial real estate in 2022 and beyond will continue to be affected by the prices of fuels, energy and building materials. Added to this are problems in supply chains, nearshoring operations and rapidly rising inflation. The Colliers CEE Investment Scene 2021/2022 study predicts that these factors will have a direct impact on sales prices and rents.

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