Quick Request

Request an offer from the selected offices. Click on the icon to add more offices.

Selected Offices:
No offices selected.
(m2) (m2)

Officebuilding Filter

Rent (€/m2/month)

-

Office Space (m2)

-

Workstation cost (db)

-

Number of workstations

Articles - office space finder

Despite the war in Ukraine, double-digit inflation and rising fossil fuel prices, the commercial real estate market remained relatively stable in most CEE countries in 2022

The company Colliers, which is a leader in the provision of diversified professional services in the field of commercial real estate and investment management, in its new study entitled "Highlights 2022: CEE-6 Real Estate Market" evaluated the development of the real estate market in the Czech Republic and five other middle and of Eastern Europe in 2022. The market was primarily affected by the war in Ukraine, rising construction, operation and transportation costs and pressure to comply with ESG.

Read More

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.

Read More

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.

Read More

The construction of the multi-functional building VÁCLAV in Ostrava has started

In the center of Ostrava, on Kostelní náměstí, the implementation of the first stage of the multifunctional building VÁCLAV has begun. The building will offer apartments, office space and commercial units on an area of 4,424 m2. The developer of the CZK 300 million project is the ANTRACIT group, the general contractor of the implemented stage is the Ostrava construction company HSF System.

Read More

Prague office market grows by 21% in 9 months

The Prague office real estate market reached several records in the first nine months of 2022. It marked year-on-year records in the growth of new office space, record demand from tenants, and even much more office space was leased this year than a year earlier, according to JLL's regular quarterly analysis.

Read More

Vítkova's CPI Property Group sells more than fifty properties to Immofinanz

The real estate company CPI Property Group (CPIPG) of billionaire Radovan Vítek is selling 53 retail properties in the Central and Eastern European region to the Austrian real estate company Immofinanz, of which he is the majority owner. The price is 324.2 million euros (almost eight billion crowns).

Read More

Organica's offices will use the smart Sharry software

The ORGANICA administrative building will be one of the smartest office buildings in the Moravian-Silesian region after its completion next year. The digitization of individual services and communication tools will be handled by the Sharry software, which is also used by New York skyscrapers, among others. Sharry will connect a mobile application, smart parking and software for receptionists and visitors.

Read More

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.

Read More

Cookie settings icon

This site uses cookies to store information on your computer.

Some of these cookies are essential, while others help us to improve your experience by providing insights into how the site is being used.


Necessary Cookies

Necessary cookies enable core functionality such as page navigation and access to secure areas. The website cannot function properly without these cookies, and can only be disabled by changing your browser preferences.