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The year 2024 began hopefully. The period of limited investment activities in the commercial real estate market in the Czech Republic is coming to an end

Despite the current weakening of the investment activity in the Central and Eastern European region (CEE) volumes of investment in commercial real estate in the Czech Republic in the first quarter of 2024 recorded a year -on -year increase of 36 %. In total, in this period, capital was invested in the volume of EUR 545 million, dominated mainly by local investors. The yields did not notice any significant movement compared to the previous quarter. According to Colliers' estimates, a leading provider of diversified professional services in the field of commercial real estate and investment administration, the total volume of transactions in 2024 should reach EUR 1.4 billion. This would mean the end of the three -year decline period and the hope that the Czech real estate investment market is reflected from the bottom.

Office construction in Prague slowly comes back to life, the market is being saved by renovations

The market for modern office space in Prague at the end of the 1st quarter of 2024 amounted to approximately 3.91 million m2. The vacancy rate increased slightly to 7.5%, representing approximately 292,000 m2 of vacant office space available for immediate lease. After a long period of inactivity, new speculative construction is now slowly starting to thaw. And despite the long-term growth of rents, Prague remains an attractive and competitive location attracting new investors. This is according to the regular quarterly survey of the office real estate market published by Colliers, a leading provider of diversified professional services in the field of commercial real estate and investment management.

Passerinvest Group, as the first in Prague this year, started the construction of a new administrative or of the Hila multifunctional building in Prague's Brumlovka. It will offer offices, shops and rental apartments.

With the ceremonial knocking of the foundation stone, Passerinvest Group symbolically started the construction of the multi-functional building Hila in Brumlovka in Prague 4. Upon its completion in the spring of 2027, the building will provide a combination of approximately 20,500 m² of offices for rent (2nd to 8th floors), 71 rental housing units (9th to 15th floors) and on the ground floor a commercial area of 2,000 m². All this within one object. The building will also offer spacious terraces for office users and loggias with beautiful views for residents. The Hila building will fully comply with the company's ESG strategy and will thus be equipped with modern technologies, of which, for example, the cooling and heating system with radiant ceilings, which represents the most modern concept of indoor climate control, is worth noting. Thanks to a well-thought-out combination with planned heat pumps, it will be a highly efficient and operationally economical solution. The renowned studio Aulík Fišer architekti is behind the architectural rendering of the project, the construction contractor is the company Gemo. The owner and investor of the building is the Passerinvest Group.

Sustainability, modularity and interaction: The National Film Archive has new offices

After moving from Žižkov at the end of last year, the National Film Archive (NFA) settled in Nuslí. The company Profil Nábytek in tandem with the architectural studio Schwestern created an attractive working environment for employees in the building near Botič, opposite the Theater Na Fidlovačka. The uniqueness of the new interiors lies, among other things, in the fact that if NFA moves again in the future, the modular furniture can continue to be used according to needs and current dispositions.

Ostrava has a new strategic development plan

This year, the city of Ostrava completed the preparation of a new strategic plan for the development of Ostrava with a view to 2030. The main vision is fundamentally unchanged compared to the previous plans. The efforts to connect the city internally and with the world and the revival of the historic core remain among the priorities. Closely related to this is the construction of new buildings that Ostrava will be proud of and which in a wider context will benefit the general public. However, the local government cannot satisfy such construction alone. Therefore, private investors become important drivers of urban development. Only an open and cooperative approach from both sides has the potential to meaningfully develop the city - with ecologically sustainable construction and valuable architecture.

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.

Generation X feels the busiest, the youngest and oldest employees would welcome a four-day work week

A new survey by Colliers has shown that employees between the ages of 44 and 59 are under the most pressure in the workplace. Roughly half of them (44%) state that they cannot handle their agenda during standard working hours, i.e. within 40 hours a week. The results of the survey also show that more than half of all respondents would vote for a shortened working week. The young generation Z (people under 27) and the so-called Boomers (people 60+) gave this answer most often.

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.
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