by Property Forum | Residential

The Nuselský pivovar (Nusle Brewery) residential project in Prague 4 has received a building permit, developer Penta Real Estate announced. Following the completion of demolition works, excavation works have now begun. 


The first stage of the brownfield revitalisation consists of building apartments. All apartments will either have an enclosed or regular balcony, terrace or a front garden. The development will be complemented with a courtyard with greenery and relaxation zones.

The architectural design of the project by the CMC architects and Chybík + Krištof studio combines the renovation of historical buildings with a new concept of residential development.

The Nusle Brewery grounds represent an important, listed complex of industrial architecture. In the 19th century, it was the largest industrial brewery in Central Europe. The Baroque core of the brewery building, together with surrounding structures and cellar premises, as well as the boiler room chimney and the brewery gate, are protected as a cultural heritage site.