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Covid has initiated a new certification of buildings, addressing the indoor environment in terms of health

The Covid 19 pandemic has given rise to a new certification. The Well Health-Safety Rating addresses the indoor environment of buildings, their operation and management in terms of health impacts. It is already owned by the first buildings in the Czech Republic, such as the Parkview building, which Skanska recently completed in Pankrác, Prague.

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Spaceflow announces SALTO KS mobile access integration

Seamless building-access and movement is one of the key cornerstones in creating the best possible tenant experience. The integration of SALTO KS as a provider of digital access control and Spaceflow as a tenant experience platform enables just that. Building occupiers can now use the tenant experience app on their mobile phones to unlock doors throughout the building they live or work in. Spaceflow users can now enjoy a smarter way to open doors from wherever they are.

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Offices and their trends after the coronavirus crisis: Jobs are growing, the importance of small meeting rooms is growing

Desks are declining in offices, and informal seating is increasing. However, with the reduction of working seats, the demands on space are growing. Working spaces are being vacated and have a larger work area due to safety clearances. This follows from a survey of member companies of the Czech Council for Green Buildings, which specialize in office real estate rentals.

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How Allianz's THE ICON is paving a new way with Spaceflow amidst COVID-19

We interviewed Markus Jancik, property manager at THE ICON VIENNA, about the effects of COVID-19 on his community and Spaceflow’s role in meeting safety requirements associated with this new reality.

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Sekyra is one step closer to the transformation of Smíchov and the construction of the new Česká spořitelna campus

Different temperatures in different rooms, air control or reducing the energy intensity of a building by efficient use of alternative sources. These are just some of the benefits of building automation. It offers simplification of maintenance and significant financial savings, especially for large office buildings, hotels or industrial buildings. In the Czech Republic, however, we still have a long way to go compared to the West.

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CPI Property Group: The reconstructed First Republic Palace Bubenská 1 has been approved

The more than a billion-dollar reconstruction of the functionalist building known as the Palace of Electrical Enterprises is almost complete. The unique building in Prague's Holešovice, which was originally completed in 1937, was successfully approved. Marketing, advertising and PR agencies, which are part of the multinational company WPP, will soon move into the renovated office space. The company, which will occupy almost 2/3 of the building, is now starting to prepare and implement its future offices. The Bubenská 1 project is one of the largest and most technically demanding reconstructions of a listed building in Prague.

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The Flow Building receives BREEAM accreditation at the "Outstanding" level

The Flow Building, a multi-purpose project of Flow East on Prague's Wenceslas Square, is the first building in the Czech Republic to achieve the highest possible "Outstanding" rating according to the current BREEAM certification scheme.

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The construction of offices in Prague is still ongoing, but the period of speculative development has ended

In the first nine months of 2020, over 140,000 m2 of office space was added to the Prague real estate market. Compared to last year, this is an increase of 35%. Construction did not stop even during the 3rd quarter, new projects were also launched. This is despite the fact that the coronavirus pandemic has reduced demand from tenants. The quarterly analysis of the international consulting company BNP Paribas Real Estate shows that 7.2% of modern offices are currently vacant in Prague, which corresponds to 267,300 m2 of space. However, the offer of so-called subleases (under leases) is also growing, which do not appear in the official register of vacant space. According to the analysis, there could currently be around 80,000 m2 of space for rent.

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