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Real Estate

No need to regulate the real estate market?

Czech Position |
28 April 2011

Real estate market regulation need not pit small agencies against large ones; both live in glass houses, with ethical codes unenforced.

Army may retreat from Invalidovna, barracks

Czech Position |
26 April 2011

The Defense Ministry under Alexandr Vondra has radically scaled back plans drafted in 2003 to sell dozens of properties in Prague, with just two buildings now slated for sale — the Jan Žižka barracks and the building housing the military archives — both in Prague 8–Karlín.

Next stop for historic station

Prague Post |
15 April 2011

The fate of the Nákladové nádraží cargo station is in the hands of an appeals committee, which will make recommendations to the Culture Ministry April 20 as to whether the station should be declared a cultural monument, a designation that would protect it from demolition in a planned urban-development project.

Prague to see 100,000 sqm of new office space in 2011

Czech Position |
15 March 2011

With seven out of 10 new office projects being built speculatively, developers are showing a greater willingness to take risks.

Atrium eyes Polish, Czech and Slovak centers

Czech Position |
14 March 2011

After massive losses in 2009, Atrium returned to profit last year and has the cash to go on a major shopping center acquisition spree.

Šestka mall gambles on new look

Czech Position |
2 March 2011

In Prague's competitive retail environment, shopping centers like Šestka have drawn the shorter end of the stick.

Prague office market shows stable rents, new growth

Czech Position |
14 February 2011

The variation among prime office rents across Europe tells a story.

Firms like Immofinanz bring property management home

Czech Position |
10 February 2011

The shake-up in the CEE region’s property management sector is leading to changes that might not be beneficial for business.

JLL builds CEE-wide management platform

Czech Position |
8 February 2011

The recent property management tender for SEB Investment's Czech and Slovak portfolio is the latest sign of a sector heating up.

Why aren't Prague apartment prices dropping?

Czech Position |
8 February 2011

Many newly built flats can only be sold at generous discounts, but few developers are willing (or able) to take the hit.

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