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Articles - office

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 new Hagibor district in Prague will be expanded with offices, and the Czech News Center media house will move in

Developer Crestyl presented the administrative part of the new Hagibor district in Prague, next to the Želivského metro station. A total of six office buildings will be built here. The first stage includes two administrative buildings that will offer 31,000 m2 of space for rent. Of this, almost 9,000 m2 will be occupied by the Czech News Center media house, which will move its headquarters here. The construction of the first office stage, in which, in addition to Crestyl, EP Real Estate also participates, will begin this year. Its completion is planned for the end of 2023. As part of the Hagibor project, a total of five residential houses are gradually growing under the leadership of Crestyl - two of them are already nearing completion, construction of the third will begin this year. Everything connects the square and the central pedestrian boulevard with shops and restaurants, which leads from the exit of the metro. The cost of the entire project will exceed nine billion crowns.

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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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JRD Group grows. It has a planned turnover of CZK 10 billion per year within ten years

The ever-expanding JRD Group, which covers five divisions under its brand (JRD Development, JRD Plazma, JRD Energo, JRD Property and JRD Invest), achieved total sales of CZK 2.14 billion last year. JRD Development occupies a dominant position in it, with last year's results of CZK 1.61 billion. The individual divisions cover a wide range of industries, from residential or land development through investments in profitable real estate to energy from renewable and secondary sources. This includes, for example, a portfolio of photovoltaic and wind power plants or a groundbreaking plasma waste gasification technology.

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The combination of home office and office brings a number of risks for companies and people

The pandemic has changed the way we work and the way we spend our working hours. According to many companies and employees, the future of work is a hybrid model - part of the week we will work from home and part in offices. According to an Accenture study conducted in 11 countries around the world this year, 83 percent of respondents consider this way of working to be optimal. Maybe they should control their optimism. This model of operation is definitely not suitable for every company or employee and carries with it a number of risks.

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The first tenants are moving to the offices in the Astrid Offices project from UBM. The building is now completely rented

The new Astrid Offices office building in Prague's Holešovice from UBM Development Czechia welcomes its tenants in August. The Czech branch of UBM is also moving here from its original headquarters in Voctářova Street in Libeň. The project currently rents all offices as well as retail space on the ground floor.

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UBM Development Czechia balances its results for the first half of 2021

The development company UBM Development Czechia published its results for the first half of this year. The company was successful in all real estate segments in which it currently operates on the Czech market: in the segment of housing, offices and hotels. UBM's strategy in the coming years is to focus mainly on residential construction, especially in Prague.

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Offices are still in lead

After several months of waiting, there is again interest in commercial real estate. Investors in the Czech Republic poured 678 million euros (17.5 billion crowns) into them during the first half of the year, ie a fifth more than in the same period last year. The market is spinning, albeit gradually.

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