Wednesday, 21 February 2018

Real Estate

Property investors tap east European mall scarcity

Reuters |
26 January 2012

A growing number of real estate investors is chasing a limited supply of top quality eastern Europe retail property, hoping to cash in on the spending power of the region's fast-growing middle class, data shows.

Office-space glut spurs discounts

Prague Post |
20 January 2012

Property owners hope development will stagnate in the future.

Central Europe commercial investment activity doubled in 2011 to over USD 7.6bn

World Property Channel |
12 January 2012

Despite eurozone debt concerns in 2011, investment activity in Central Europe grew substantially, with EUR 6.1 billion (USD 7.6 billion USD) invested in the core markets of Poland, Czech, Slovakia, Hungary and Romania reports global property consultant Cushman & Wakefield.

A floating oasis in the middle of a once-polluted river

Co.Design |
11 January 2012

Architects Andrea Kubná and Ondřej Lipenský aim to turn Prague's Vltava river into a wading pool.

River Garden Office in Prague to be financed by Česká spořitelna

Property Magazine |
9 January 2012

The HB Reavis Group was able to secure a bank loan financing in a total amount of EUR 32.9 million for its office project River Garden Office in Prague - Karlín from Česká spořitelna, a.s.

Construction industry continues its sharp decline

Prague Post |
23 December 2011

Public sector cuts have biggest influence on reduced output.

Homeowners drowning in debt

Prague Post |
23 December 2011

Borrowers are taking out multiple loans to cover their expenses.

Atrium buys Prague's Palác Flóra for EUR 191m

Czech Position |
29 September 2011

Euronext-listed Atrium's Czech portfolio at 98 properties after buying Prague shopping center, in year's largest real estate transaction.

Developer defends demolition

Prague Post |
16 September 2011

A controversial demolition planned for a building dating to the 1880s on Prague's Wenceslas Square has prompted condemnation from high places. Representatives of Flow East, the developer of the new building, say the architectural value of the structure now standing is debatable and that their project would attract businesses to the center of town.

Czech real estate going green

Czech Position |
29 July 2011

A roundtable of green building experts discuss the role of occupier demand in Czech sustainability and puncture a few industry myths.

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