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Articles - Office market

The vacancy rate has increased slightly, the market is suffering from slowing demand

Prague Research Forum announces data on the office market in Prague for Q1 2024: Almost 71,300 m2 of office space is under construction, of which 82% will be completed this year. In the first quarter of 2024, one office building was completed – Roztyly Plaza (21,700 m2). Thus, 80,300 m2 should be completed for the entire year 2024, significantly less than the long-term average. Gross realized demand reached a total of 108,700 m2 in the first quarter of 2024, a year-on-year decrease of 19%. Net demand was 46,000 m2 in the same period, 38% less than in the same period last year. Net absorption was positive in the first quarter and reached 8,900 m2. The vacancy rate increased 30 basis points from the previous quarter to 7.5%. The highest achievable rent increased slightly to EUR 27.50-28.00 per square meter per month.

Part of the Dornych project in Brno will be the NYX lifestyle hotel from the Leonardo Hotels network

The Dornych project of the Crestyl Group, which will replace the old shopping center in the neighborhood of the Brno Central Station in the coming years, will also offer a hotel. The Leonardo Hotels network will strengthen its presence in the Czech Republic with the opening of a new lifestyle hotel, NYX Hotel Brno by Leonardo Hotels. It will open in mid-2028 and will be the group's second hotel in the Czech Republic after NYX Hotel Praha, which opened in 2017. The Dornych project will offer a freely accessible public space flanked by several smaller buildings. The lower floors of the new buildings will be reserved for shops and services, while the upper floors will house rental housing and offices in addition to the aforementioned hotel. One of the buildings will be occupied by the EUC clinic.

Ostrava has a new strategic development plan

This year, the city of Ostrava completed the preparation of a new strategic plan for the development of Ostrava with a view to 2030. The main vision is fundamentally unchanged compared to the previous plans. The efforts to connect the city internally and with the world and the revival of the historic core remain among the priorities. Closely related to this is the construction of new buildings that Ostrava will be proud of and which in a wider context will benefit the general public. However, the local government cannot satisfy such construction alone. Therefore, private investors become important drivers of urban development. Only an open and cooperative approach from both sides has the potential to meaningfully develop the city - with ecologically sustainable construction and valuable architecture.

Cushman & Wakefield: Firms Don't Move Too Much, Prefer to Negotiate Existing Contracts

The five largest rental transactions on the Prague office market last year were renegotiations, i.e. renegotiations of existing contracts. It is a route that companies whose leases are coming to an end are increasingly preferring before moving to new premises. The high costs of office equipment, the so-called fit out, which Prague has the highest in the region of Central and Eastern Europe and comparable to, for example, Paris, also contribute to this. Last year in Prague, they averaged 1,252 euros per square meter, which is an 8% year-on-year increase. The real estate consulting company Cushman & Wakefield provides an analysis of office equipment costs in its annual EMEA Fit Out Cost Guide.

The construction law raises concerns. According to him, he will start to allow himself in July

Construction companies and developers look forward to this date with great uncertainty. From July 1 this year, building authorities will decide on all constructions according to the new building act. Although it came into effect at the beginning of the year for infrastructure and transport constructions, according to him, all other constructions, including large development projects, will also be assessed in the summer.

The ORGANICA office building: a unique solitaire full of greenery and elegant curves

The elegant organic curves of the new administrative building ORGANICA, which is behind the development company CONTERA, flow with the rather harsh urbanism of Ostrava. The floor plan of this building from the pen of Schindler Seko architects resembles a four-bladed propeller and thus refers to the history of the region. The facade gives the impression of a cog wheel that seems to fall out of the mining towers and grows through the greenery.

The regional office market becomes increasingly attractive, attracts by lower prices and greater availability of space

Regional cities in the Czech Republic are becoming an increasingly interesting alternative for investors looking for cheaper, yet high-quality office space outside of Prague. That's according to the latest survey by Colliers, a leading provider of diversified professional services in commercial real estate and investment management. According to him, net realized demand in Brno grew by 43% year-on-year, in Ostrava by 127%. At the same time, prices are kept at a level that is one third to one half lower than in Prague. Even more interest in regional cities could be aroused by a better offer of serviced offices, which are of particular interest to established companies on the market in connection with the development of hybrid work and the introduction of hub & spoke or flex & core models.

Last year, Czech investors in CEE carried out transactions for almost 1.5 billion euros

According to the current report of the real estate consulting company Cushman & Wakefield, the commercial real estate market in 2023 in the Central and Eastern European region saw a significant decrease in investment volume: year-on-year it was a 55% reduction to a total of 5.02 billion euros. The largest part of the capital went to the office sector, which also saw the most significant increase in income. Despite the complications, the market is showing resilience, especially in the logistics and residential sectors, which are the areas with the greatest potential for growth.
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