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Articles - pracoviště

CPI Property Group: The reconstructed First Republic Palace Bubenská 1 has been approved

The more than a billion-dollar reconstruction of the functionalist building known as the Palace of Electrical Enterprises is almost complete. The unique building in Prague's Holešovice, which was originally completed in 1937, was successfully approved. Marketing, advertising and PR agencies, which are part of the multinational company WPP, will soon move into the renovated office space. The company, which will occupy almost 2/3 of the building, is now starting to prepare and implement its future offices. The Bubenská 1 project is one of the largest and most technically demanding reconstructions of a listed building in Prague.

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The Flow Building receives BREEAM accreditation at the "Outstanding" level

The Flow Building, a multi-purpose project of Flow East on Prague's Wenceslas Square, is the first building in the Czech Republic to achieve the highest possible "Outstanding" rating according to the current BREEAM certification scheme.

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The construction of offices in Prague is still ongoing, but the period of speculative development has ended

In the first nine months of 2020, over 140,000 m2 of office space was added to the Prague real estate market. Compared to last year, this is an increase of 35%. Construction did not stop even during the 3rd quarter, new projects were also launched. This is despite the fact that the coronavirus pandemic has reduced demand from tenants. The quarterly analysis of the international consulting company BNP Paribas Real Estate shows that 7.2% of modern offices are currently vacant in Prague, which corresponds to 267,300 m2 of space. However, the offer of so-called subleases (under leases) is also growing, which do not appear in the official register of vacant space. According to the analysis, there could currently be around 80,000 m2 of space for rent.

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Arcadis Czech Republic offices were the first in continental Europe to receive a WELL Health-Safety Rating

Arcadis Czech Republic was the first in continental Europe to receive for its office in the Czech Republic an assessment of the quality of the working environment according to the international WELL Health-Safety Rating standard for operation and maintenance, prepared under the auspices of the International WELL Building Institute (IWBI). This independently validated assessment for new and existing buildings and premises is based on the evaluation of documentation on operational guidelines, maintenance, stakeholder involvement and crisis measures contributing to a safe working environment with regard to the spread of COVID-19.

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Mobile Community Management App For Access To Building Community Benefits Launched

SkyTower, the tallest building in Romania, announces the implementation of Spaceflow community management mobile application, a digital communication and interaction platform dedicated exclusively to its tenants. The mobile app offers a fast-digital connection to a variety of services and facilities and a direct connection to the community life in the tower.

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The post-COVID office revolution

Although the headline proclaiming “the end of the office” is eye-catching, most professionals agree that COVID-19 will definitely not kill off the office. On the contrary they predict the “new normal” after the pandemic is over will reinforce the importance of the office. However they also say that the office will serve a completely different purpose and will be entirely revisited in terms of design and space allocation.

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The tallest Czech skyscraper is to be built in Prague, the shipwreck will rest on it

Prague 13 has signed a memorandum with the development company Trigema about the planned construction of the Top Tower at the Nové Butovice metro station, which is to become the tallest building in the Czech Republic.

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Wooden tree and a view of Špilberk. Smartlook has moved to new design spaces in the center of Brno

The Brno startup Smartlook, which focuses on analyzing the behavior of users of websites and mobile applications around the world, has moved to new offices in the center of Brno. The modern premises provide plenty of space for employees to meet and hold corporate events. The design of the interior was undertaken by the PREMIER interiors studio, which used unique elements such as a standing wooden tree or heraclith ceilings. In addition to the unique design, the new place offers a view of the entire surroundings of the largest city in Moravia from Pálava to the Moravian Karst.

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