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CBRE analysis: domestic office buildings are gradually being populated with modern technologies. The potential for further growth is huge

In today's digital age, we place more and more emphasis on the use of modern technologies - and office buildings are no exception. The main goal is to work efficiently with resources, especially with energy, and to make the users of these buildings as pleasant as possible during their stay in them. CBRE, the world leader in the field of commercial real estate services, presents in its latest analysis what smart office buildings can offer, how widespread the use of modern technologies is in the Czech Republic, and what companies should ask potential customers when looking for new premises in this regard. landlords.

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Palác Dunaj to be the new seat of the European Commission Representation and European Parliament Liaison Office in the Czech Republic. It will include a visitor centre for the public

Palác Dunaj to welcome prestigious majority tenants. Zeitgeist Asset Management is behind the rapidly-progressing reconstruction of this iconic constructivist building in the centre of Prague on Národní třída. It has concluded a rental contract for 2,600 sq m of premium space with the European Commission Representation and European Parliament Liaison Office. The new premises will become a hub to obtain up-to-date information on what is happening in the EU, for gatherings to discuss European issues, and to further learning on the European Union. The interactive "Europa experience" centre to the general public will be a new feature, with the aim to bringing Europe closer to citizens in an attractive and engaging way.

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The pandemic has helped shared coworking offices, attractive locations are occupied

Coworking and flexible offices are one of the few industries that have been significantly boosted by the coronavirus pandemic. Although HubHubu, the operator of two shared spaces in Prague, had its occupancy reduced to 50 percent during the strictest closures, this year it is reporting that it is practically occupied. One of the reasons is the hybrid work style, to which a significant part of companies have reoriented. Instead of startups, flexible offices are increasingly being rented by larger companies as well.

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The Prague office market is expecting an increase in rent prices next year

After three quarters this year, the Prague office market already exceeded the volume of transactions from the covid years 2020 and 2021. The year-on-year increase in gross and net realized demand, i.e. new contracts and their extensions, amounted to 38 percent. Office vacancy has fallen by 0.3 percentage points since the start of the year to 8.1 percent, and demand for flexible space is growing. Prices will increase in the coming year, which, according to representatives of construction and real estate companies, will be reflected in inflationary clauses in contracts and energy prices.

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Rents and service fees in Prague offices are rising, but demand is still rising

Colliers, a leading company providing diversified professional services in the field of commercial real estate and investment management, published a survey of the Prague office market for the 2nd quarter of 2022. According to it, the vacancy rate did not change and remained at the same value as in the previous quarter. On the contrary, rents or service fees continue to rise. The volume of net realized demand is nevertheless the highest since the end of 2019.

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"A" or "B"? This is what matters when choosing administrative premises today. Class "B" offices are still in vogue

The current economy has to deal with a number of negative factors affecting not only our personal but also our working life. The Covid pandemic and its consequences, the difficult geopolitical circumstances caused by the war in Ukraine, the skyrocketing energy prices, steeply rising inflation – all of this has an effect on the office market as well. Today, their tenants are faced with the question of how big offices they will need in the era of the "new normal" - and also in what buildings in order to be able to pay the rent in the rented premises without problems (1). In the considerations of tenants, the price-quality ratio is increasingly coming to the fore. When applying this key criterion, it turns out that class "B" offices, although their share of the market for administrative space in Prague is significantly lower than class "A" offices, are definitely not Cinderella. On the contrary – for many tenants, they are now the ideal solution to their needs. The example of the successful Nagano Park administrative complex in Prague 3 can be used to show why "B" offices are and will be in vogue.

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No more vestibules in the middle of the field. There will be new neighborhoods around Metro D stations

The metro station in Prague's Letňany is often given as a model of how transport infrastructure in the city should not be built. And anyone who has ever stepped out of those vestibules in the middle of the fields would probably agree with such voices.

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The attractiveness of regional office markets is rising

Colliers, a leading company providing diversified professional services in commercial real estate and investment management, has published a regional office market survey for 2021. According to him, the importance of regional cities will continue to grow, both due to lower price levels and the emergence of new quality office space. Last year, gross annual demand began to grow again after a period of stagnation, both in large centers such as Prague, Brno and Ostrava, as well as in regional cities.

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