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Articles - kancelářský trh

Technopark changes owners. It was bought by hundreds of millions of top eye surgeons

Technopark on the border of Prague's Jinonice and Stodůlek has a new owner. The administrative building, which houses the German Commerzbank, for example, was bought by the world-renowned eye surgeon Pavel Stodůlka.

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Komerční banka has introduced a branch of the future

Komerční banka is changing the concept of its branches. As part of its unique design, it leaves the traditional banking environment and creates a space for meeting in a community style. The so-called In addition, the branches of the future use state-of-the-art banking and sustainable technologies and bring clients a new service model. Komerční banka has opened its first branch in Prague's Dejvice, and will renovate up to eighty of them in five years.

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PASSERINVEST GROUP has invested more than a quarter of a billion crowns in the development of the public space and the pleasant transformation of BB Centrum

PASSERINVEST GROUP, the investment company and Czech builder behind the creation of BB Centrum (Brumlovka) in Prague 4, invested more than a quarter billion crowns in the modification and construction of the public space in 2020 and the first half of 2021. The amount of CZK 275 million crowns, without any state or other subsidies, was used for, among other things, repairs to Želetavska Street, the construction of the new Náměstí Ellen G. Whiteové, the installation of the moving sculpture “Brouk” (Beetle) and the reconstruction of Balance Club Brumlovka. In this way, the company is fulfilling its philosophy to build a sustainable, and environmentally- and user-friendly environment, which has been part of the company’s DNA from the very beginning.

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CBRE: How is the Czech commercial real estate market changing and what are its prospects?

• There are clear signs of recovery in the market. The volume of investments in commercial real estate in the Czech Republic is growing. • This year, the industrial real estate sector will record the historically highest volume of demand. • The multifamily segment with rental housing products is included in the course. • The interest of international investors in Czech assets remains strong.

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The construction of Rohan City is a reality. Sekyra Group lays the foundation stone

After thirteen years of preparations, the developer Sekyra Group is starting to change Rohanský ostrov in Prague. In mid-September, he will lay the foundation stone of the first stage, which includes two office buildings and two apartment blocks. Over 3,200 flats, eight administrative buildings and a primary school will be built on twenty hectares. The capital will then have to solve a park on another ten hectares of the development area and the connection of Karlín with Holešovice by the new Rohan Bridge.

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Hybrid working is staying with us

87% of respondents believe that the physical office is essential for successful business operations, reveals a survey conducted by real estate advisory firm Savills. Additionally, 54% of respondents feel that the hybrid model combining working from home and the office is the best for their health and well-being.

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Student Dejvice will receive a coworking center. It will grow near the PPF headquarters

The largest provider of flexible offices on the Prague market, Scott.Weber Workspace, entrepreneur Adam Zvada, is preparing a new coworking center in the capital. He will open in the student part of Dejvice and Scott.Weber will thus strengthen his position as a branch leader in the Czech capital.

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Penta represents the heart of Prague. However, the competition has also embarked on a billion-dollar brownfield

On one of the most lucrative plots in the Czech Republic, right next to Prague's Masaryk Railway Station, the cranes of the Penta Investments investment group are already tirelessly delivering material and the local construction site is living its own life. In front of passers-by, the skeleton of one of the most discussed buildings of decades is slowly moving towards the sky.

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