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Real Estate

Giant centre to be built close to Prague Airport

By Denisa Novotná |
E15 |
9 Feb 2009

At a time when many real estate projects are being postponed indefinitely, a giant commercial project, called Prague Airport Park, will be built in the close vicinity of the Terminal South of the Prague Airport.

State to give record high subsidy for house insulation

Aktuálně.cz |
4 February 2009

The Environment Minister Martin Bursík presented details of his grand-scale plan for house insulation and upgrading furnaces in households to battle climate change and make the country cleaner.

Praguescape: Too many tunnels?

By Kristina Alda |
Prague Daily Monitor |
3 Feb 2009

praguescape icon

More and more, it is starting to seem as though the magistrála motorway tunnel project is being designed to benefit traffic passing through Prague rather than making the city centre more pedestrian friendly.

Kristina Alda is the Monitor's managing editor. She likes writing about buildings and public space.
You can reach her at kristina@praguemonitor.com. You can read more of her stories here.

Game on for Zelený ostrov

CiJ Journal |
30 January 2009

Lighthouse Group has begun ground works on Zelený Ostrov (Green Island), the name given to the triangular-shaped plot around the O2 Arena in Vysočany, Prague 9.

Fewer new flats to be built this year

By Vladimír Kaláb |
HOSPODÁŘSKÉ NOVINY |
29 Jan 2009

Developer project. (ČTK)

While this year's offer of new flats is expected to be high as projects initiated at the time of the building boom reach completion, the economic crisis will affect future construction plans.

A metro once ran through it

Cijjournal.com |
28 January 2009

Changes to Prague's planned new metro line won't please developers in Žižkov who thought they'd bought land above a future station.

Praguescape: Pankrác project promises a modern quarter

By Kristina Alda |
PRAGUE DAILY MONITOR |
27 Jan 2009

Like the late Jan Kaplický's national library, the skyscraper project in Pankrác has been dragging on, with developers pitched against preservationists. It's a story all too common in Prague.

Kristina Alda is the Monitor's managing editor. She likes writing about buildings and public space.
You can reach her at kristina@praguemonitor.com. You can read more of her stories here.

Thin months ahead for residential developers

Czech Business Weekly |
27 January 2009

Experts forecast a significant slowdown in the pace of Czech residential market growth for 2009.

Prague approves skyscrapers despite UNESCO

By Pavel Baroch |
Aktuálně.cz |
20 Jan 2009

High-rise buildings in Prague (ČTK)

Prague City Hall is circumventing the World Heritage Committee stance on high-rise buildings. Some say Prague could be eliminated from UNESCO list of world heritage sights.

Developers seeking help of real estate agents

By Denisa Novotná |
E15 |
19 Jan 2009

Developer project. (ČTK)

The demand for flats has fallen, and developers have started realising they will not be able to sell them without the help of real estate agencies.

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