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Articles - Office project

Flexible offices are experiencing a second wave of interest

At the beginning of the year, it seemed that many coworking centers or shared offices could not survive the measures associated with the Covid-19 pandemic. It was on shared workspaces, whose philosophy is based on meeting, personal communication and cooperation, that the constraints fell very hard. However, as the results of the June analysis of the consulting company BNP Paribas Real Estate show, this spring most of the operators of coworking and serviced offices felt a new wave of interest.

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Cinema, sauna, climbing wall and bar. Six Czech offices where you will be better than on vacation

Most people go from the hustle and bustle of work to relax on vacation, but some may not feel the need. If you can jump directly into the sauna in the office after a busy day, jump into the climbing room next door to the climbing wall or have a cocktail with colleagues at the company bar, you still have a bit of a holiday.

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Dutch duo wins Brno station design competition

Dutch studios Benthem Crouwel Architekten and West 8 have won the competition to design a new central railway station for Brno, in what was the largest architectural competition in the history of the Czech Republic

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Penta Real Estate secures building permit for Prague project

A new district, which respects the historical monument with a unique genius loci from the Czech Industrial boom times and connects it with modern lifestyle is about to be built.

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CTP secures new tenant for Brno office complex

Zebra Technologies, a global leader in mobile computing, barcode printers and scanners, is moving from Brno’s Královo Pole district, where it has been operating for 17 years, to the Vlněna office complex built by CTP in the centre of Brno.

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Nagano Park, a Class B office complex, saw an increase in occupancy of almost 5% during the pandemic

The coronavirus pandemic significantly affected office work. According to the Prague Research Forum, the share of vacant office space in the total supply in Prague increased from 6.98% at the end of 2020 to 7.6% in Q1 2021. The vacancy rate increased by 220 basis points year-on-year and reached the highest value since 2 quarter of 2017. However, not all office centers have struggled with the outflow of demand in recent months. At the time of the coronary crisis, both the landlords' approach to their tenants, who eventually got into trouble, and the famous ratio between quality and price played a key role. And in these respects, Class B offices often came out victorious. For example, Nagano Park, an administrative complex in Prague 3 - Třebešín, under the management of Geosan Development, recorded an increase in occupancy from 89.95% in February 2020 to the current 93.94%. New tenants include, for example, the state-subsidized organization Service Facilities for the Ministry of the Interior or Advande Labs.

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CFIG Real Estate is launching its first development project. A modern Palachovka administrative center will be established in Pardubice

CFIG Real Estate, which belongs to the CFIG financial and investment group, presents the final version of the Palachovka project. The company bought the five-storey administrative center in the wider center of Pardubice from the construction holding Enteria. The finished premises should be ready to move in by the end of 2022.

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The area of offices in Prague per person is below average in comparison with the world

According to a survey by JLL Global Benchmarking Service, the global average office space per employee is 13 square meters. In Prague, the area is between 10 and 11 square meters, ie lower than the global average. Employees have the most space in offices in Chicago, USA, almost 23 square meters. At the bottom of the scale are cities like Manila or Bangalore, where workers have 7 square meters at their disposal.

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