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Articles - Office space

QR codes everywhere you look. How can they be effectively used in the construction industry?

QR codes are currently booming. You can find them practically everywhere: on information posters, advertising flyers and tickets to cultural events. In addition, a number of restaurants have started placing them on tables for contactless menus and payments during the covid-19 pandemic. Anyone who knows the use of QR codes from practice knows how fast it is to scan and retrieve information from them. Thanks to this, they have spread from customers to industries, including construction. Adam Heres Vostárek, an expert on the digitization of processes in the construction industry from the company PlanRadar, explains how this technology can be effectively used in construction and real estate management.

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.

Recycling Brutalism: The Merkuria building in Holešovice is headed for the final demolition

The development company Skanska has been demolishing the brutalist Merkuria building in Holešovice for a year and a half. The demolition period is indeed atypical, and there is a good reason for it – Skanska decided on a bold plan. In place of large excavators, on-site workers try to find other uses for all the material in the building, be it furniture, blinds, iron or concrete.

The area of coworking spaces in Prague increases, further expansion is hindered by insufficient construction

With the development of work trends and a flexible approach to the working environment, coworking spaces are increasingly gaining ground in the Czech Republic. Their area grows by an average of 10-15 thousand square meters per year. Coworking spaces represent roughly 3% of all office spaces in the metropolis. In terms of square meters, Prague does not compare to Western metropolises, but within Central and Eastern Europe, this is an average value.

Last year, Prague's flexible offices performed well even in the European context

Last year it became clear that Prague is not only a dynamic European city, but also the second most active market for flexible offices after London. Metropolises such as Warsaw, Amsterdam and Madrid followed at a distance. This success only confirms the growing attractiveness of flexible offices in the region. According to the real estate consulting company CBRE, the world leader in the field of commercial real estate services, the positive trend will continue this year as well.

Recycling office space? The course includes renegotiations, subleases, reconstruction or serviced offices

The company Savills is monitoring the changes in the approach of companies in relation to renting office space on the Prague market. Current trends are renegotiations, subleases, serviced offices, and there is renewed interest in reconstructed buildings. At the same time, second-hand spaces appear in the search engine of companies, where it is possible to take over a completed and often attractive interior, realized by another company. These changes are happening as a result of insufficient office construction in Prague, which is at its lowest level in at least the last decade. However, even such transactions can have a positive impact within the ESG strategy of companies - some existing buildings after reconstruction can meet the current demanding requirements for economy. According to the Savills survey, green rental contracts will become a completely common part of rental contracts by 2026.
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