Antracit Property will be building in two locations in the Czech Republic simultaneously. In Ostrava-Poruba it is preparing an industrial building for long-term lease, while in Pilsen it will also build a rental project on a brownfield site near the railway station.
The Antracit Porubka Point development project in Ostrava-Poruba, intended for long-term lease in the concept of SBUs (small business units), will offer a two-storey building with a usable area of 2,556 sqm. "Construction of the building will start in January 2023 and completion is planned for the end of June and beginning of July of the same year," says Jan Hasík, Managing Director of Antracit Property in the Czech Republic.
The Antracit Plzeň brownfield project is being built in a former industrial complex in the immediate vicinity of the Pilsen main railway station. The reconstructed structure of the original building will have 2260 sqm. Variable rental units with the possibility of individual adaptations will be created here and a new building of 600 sqm will be built opposite, which will provide modern SBU units usable for commercial and warehouse space close to the city centre. Refurbishment and construction are scheduled to commence within the next year.
In Slovakia, Antracit Property is developing a project for long-term lease, Antracit Prešov, where the connection of the area to the utilities is in the final stages of completion. "Here we can offer two solution options. The first one envisages a single hall of 40,850 sqm with the possibility of dividing it into more units. The second option includes three separate halls with a total area of 36,500 sqm," adds Tomáš Kosa, Managing Director of Antracit Property in Slovakia. The Antracit Spot project in Žilina has received a valid building permit. The Antracit Senec project is in the project preparation phase and will be expanded with another logistics hall.
The Antracit Property development company focuses on logistics, manufacturing, retail, office and residential projects in the Czech Republic and Slovakia.
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