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Real Estate

ProLogis and AMB merge to form industrial giant

Czech Position |
1 February 2011

ProLogis and AMB join to form the world's largest industrial real estate company, with approximately USD 46 billion in assets.

CE developers seeking more favorable financing terms

Czech Position |
1 February 2011

Helical Poland has navigated a difficult CEE development financing market in Poland. Will other developers find backing?

UniCredit leases 30,000 sqm of space in PasserInvest’s Filadelfie

Czech Position |
18 January 2011

The largest office leasing deal in Prague since 2006 represents a milestone for market recovery.

Hochtief: Finding the sustainable middle ground, further afield

Czech Position |
17 January 2011

The green building trend in Prague is growing more varied — and picking up speed; Office Islands shows how far sustainability has come.

'Green building' now a Czech cornerstone

Czech Position |
14 January 2011

A discussion of the current status of green building in Prague shows how far perceptions in the region have come over the past few years.

'Moravian Manhattan' project receives approval

Czech Position |
14 January 2011

Plans are on the table to build the highest building in the Czech Republic in Brno, the country's second-largest city.

CBRE: Investment in Czech market up 30%

Czech Position |
13 January 2011

Czech investors were especially active in H2 2010, boosting full-year results; office and retail yields now stand at 6.75%.

Czech real estate mkt seen growing 10% in 2011

Reuters |
8 December 2010

The Czech commercial property market will continue its recovery next year with rising interest in offices and shopping centres, but volumes will stay well bellow pre-crisis levels, agent King Sturge said on Tuesday.

Energy: Green growth in real estate sector

Prague Post |
3 December 2010

At a time when office developers are endeavoring to differentiate their projects from those of the competition, Swedish developer Skanska has decided to completely change its Central European portfolio over to LEED-certified projects, a sector experts say is set to grow in the coming years.

ČNB says flat prices rose too high and should fall

Radio Prague |
16 June 2010

A new report by the Czech National Bank warns that flats in the Czech Republic are overpriced in spite of recent falls and prices could slide still further. The report says rent and wage rises failed to keep pace with that price explosion, which started to put flats out of reach of ordinary earners. The Brno-based Institute for Regional Information agrees with the bank's conclusions that flat prices were exaggerated and should fall.

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