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The Arcus City and Timber Praha residential projects have been completed. UBM organizes "Open Days" for the public

UBM Development Czechia prepared a special event for the education of the general and specialist public "Open Days" in the residential projects Arcus City and Timber Prague. These are guided tours, during which it is possible to view unique apartment buildings made of CLT panels equipped with modern technologies installed in individual apartments and houses. Guided tours take place every working day from Monday to Friday, the start is always at 1:00 p.m. Those interested meet at the sales center at the project site, in Hasilova Street, Prague - Řeporyje. The Timber Praha apartment buildings with BREEAM Excellent ecological certification and the most energy efficient category A are part of the Arcus City project. The future owners will move into the newly created neighborhood in the fall of 2024. The Arcus City residential complex offers a total of 278 residential units with layouts of 1+kk to 4+kk and five retail units. Residents have already moved into 150 apartments, and with the approval of buildings G, H, I and J, K, L, M in the summer months of 2024, the implementation of the project will be completed. The sale of the project is handled exclusively by the real estate agency Lexxus Norton.

CA Immo starts refurbishment of Danube House office building in Riverside Karlin, Pragu

The landmark building is being extensively renovated to high design standards that put people at the center. · Focus on new services, highest tenant comfort and energy efficiency. · Construction is set to begin in Q4 2024, with the completion of the New Danube House expected at the beginning of 2026. Full operations will commence in Q1 2026.

The new Building Act also began to apply to ordinary buildings. It shortens permitting processes and makes construction cheaper

From July 1, 2024, the new Building Act also applies to ordinary buildings. In the long term, it will speed up and simplify construction management. It waives unnecessary technical requirements, which will make housing construction cheaper. The building permit is obtained by the builder in one place online in the builder's portal. Along with the new construction law, the related implementing regulations, including the modern decree on construction requirements, also came into force. The law also provides for a transitional period until the end of June 2027. Until then, it will be possible to use the documentation that the builder developed before the new building law came into effect.

FINEP and AFI Europe to collaborate on improving access to rental housing in Prague

Czech developer FINEP and international investment and development group AFI Europe have announced two signed transactions that will add more than 800 apartments in two different locations to the Prague rental housing market over the next three years. FINEP will newly build two apartment buildings with more than 300 apartments for AFI Europe in the Nová Elektra project in Prague 9 - Hloubětín. In addition, AFI Europe is buying from FINEP the project "V Korytech" in Prague 10 – Strašnice where AFI Europe intend to develop residential project having more than 500 apartments. Moreover, the two companies expect to cooperate on rental housing in other locations soon.

UBM fulfills its vision of building wooden buildings in Europe

UBM Development AG is aiming to fulfill its strategic goal of becoming the leading developer of wooden construction projects in Europe. In 2024, it already has over 300,000 m² of wooden buildings in preparation. Timber Pioneer, the first wooden office building with a wood-hybrid structure in the Frankfurt am Main business district, is now complete and its anchor tenant is Universal Investment. UBM recently started construction on the Timber Factory district in Munich, the Timber Peak high-rise in Mainz and the LeopoldQuartier Office complex in Vienna. The company has a number of other wooden buildings in preparation, such as the Timber Works and Timber Living projects in Munich or Timber Port in Düsseldorf. The vision of the parent company is also followed by the Czech branch of UBM Development Czechia, which this summer will complete the Timber Praha project, the first multi-storey residential wooden building in the history of the Czech metropolis.

Scott.Weber Workspace is expanding significantly. It will enter new buildings in Prague, Ostrava and Brno and open 16,500 m2 of new offices for more than 2,000 people

Scott.Weber Workspace continues to expand and consolidate its position as a leader in the flexible workspace and coworking market. This fall, it will expand its premises at the existing Churchill location near the Prague Central Station, while using the premises of Deloitte, and at the beginning of 2025 at the DOCK location in Prague 8. Next year, it will also open new serviced offices and coworking in the premium new PernerKa building in Prague's Karlín and in the intelligent ORGANICA building in Ostrava, then in 2027 in the exclusive location of Dornych near Brno's main railway station. Scott.Weber Workspace will thus already operate 17 centers in which it combines a first-class working environment with a wide range of services inspired by the standards of top hotels, thereby providing a comprehensive positive experience for office space users.

A large real estate fund is selling off a portfolio. Sixteen properties worth billions of crowns are going on the market

After years of depression, the domestic real estate market is starting to revive. In recent months, the Komerční banka building on Wenceslas Square, the Palác Pardubice shopping center have already been sold, and there is even a gem for sale in Na Příkopě Street: the Myslbek commercial and office building.

Smíchov City is the largest urbanization in central Prague since the founding of Vinohrady at the end of the 19th century by Martina Marečková

In three years, the surroundings of Smíchovský nádraží in Prague will change beyond recognition. Today, there is a huge construction site where construction is taking place in parallel under the direction of private and public investors. Their representatives officially presented the next stage of the Smíchov City project on Wednesday.
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