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Penta carved out another part of Florence. It bought parcels from Czech Railways for a quarter of a billion

Investment group Penta, whose development activities are led by billionaire Marek Dospiva, bought from České drah long-term unused plots of land in Prague's Florenci, next to the Prague highway. Thanks to this, it can continue the project of two buildings designed by the Zaha Hadid Architects studio, which it completed this October near the Masaryk station. In addition, Penta plans to acquire additional parcels in the locality, thanks to which it would control the territory from Masaryk station to Pernerova Street in Karlín.

Work model an important aspect when considering a job offer

The hybrid work model has already become standard in 92% of office companies. However, not every organization transitions to this model without problems, and there is a significant discrepancy between employer preferences and employee expectations. While three quarters of employers are satisfied with it and consider it optimal, employees often have a different opinion. They want more flexibility, which is even becoming an increasingly important aspect for them when deciding whether to accept a job offer. This is according to the research "Hybrid and Beyond 2023" published by Colliers, a leading provider of diversified professional services in the field of commercial real estate and investment, through the sale of the property.

The best land in Belgrade. The Czech developer Sebre has a stamp on the district by the Danube

The Sebre development company of Petr Němek and Jan Fidler has come close to building one of its two major projects in Belgrade, Serbia. The Marina Dorcol district has received a zoning decision, and Sebre will thus be able to start pre-sales of apartments. Construction could begin next spring.

Interest in spaces in mixed-use complexes is growing, but their construction is lagging behind in the Czech Republic

In the Czech Republic, there is a growing interest in so-called mixed-use projects that connect offices, shops, housing and various forms of social enjoyment. Unfortunately, their construction still lags behind the surrounding countries. The reason is primarily the very long building permit process. While in Poland, for example, a permit for a new building takes only a few months, here it usually takes years.

Despite the recovery, demand on the Prague office market does not pushing prices up

The first quarter of this year brought a revival of the Prague office market. Growing demand may encounter a lower availability of new premium spaces in the coming years, as only a smaller number of new projects are currently under construction. This can also affect the currently stabilized price level of rents. Serviced office centers and projects that comply with ESG principles are on the rise. This results from a quarterly market survey carried out by the Colliers company.

Passerinvest Group successfully concluded a public bond offering with a total subscribed volume of CZK 750 million

Passerinvest Group, a.s. , a leading development and investment company on the Czech market, has successfully completed the issue of PSG 7.60/28 bonds. The bonds were issued for 5 years with a total subscribed volume of CZK 750 million. The bonds were issued with a coupon rate of 7.60% p.a. and quarterly payment of coupons.

They just finish the interiors and wrap it in gold. Masaryčka has grown to the sky, it will open in August

It will become the vibrant center of Prague and at the same time connect the impassable areas between Florence and Hybernská Street. This is promised by the company Penta Real Estate, which has completed the rough construction of a complex designed by London studio Zaha Hadid on a neglected brownfield near Masaryk railway station. The craftsmen now have to fine-tune the interiors and the facade, which will be covered by greenery and modified aluminum panels by the summer.

Last year was a turning point from an ESG perspective. The involvement of companies grew due to the energy crisis and tightening government regulations

Rising energy prices and upcoming changes in the mandatory reporting of ESG information, which show the effects of companies' management style on the environment, energy balance and the quality of the working environment, aroused a significantly higher interest of companies in sustainability and dream related areas last year. Specifically, it was confirmed by 67% of more than 500 interviewed investors and tenants of commercial real estate participating in a global survey by the real estate consulting company CBRE. The current facts are inexorable: only 15% of buildings worldwide currently meet the conditions of the so-called Paris Agreement, while 85% of all existing real estate located on the territory of the European Union is to be used even in 2050, when the EU wants to achieve climate neutrality. In the future, it will therefore be necessary to implement a whole series of reconstructions and demanding rebuilds. It is for these reasons that CBRE's latest survey was created, the results of which reveal the main trends that are currently gaining ground in the field of ESG and have a significant impact on the strategic decision-making of companies.
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