Flow East has pre-leased 75% of its mixed-use project being constructed on Wenceslas Square (Václavské náměstí), with just 5,000 square metres of office space left available at The Flow Building five months ahead of its completion.
The Flow Building will offer approximately 15,000 sqm of Class A office space and 6,000 sqm of Class A retail premises in the heart of the Czech capital’s central business district.
On the retail side, the world’s largest discount fashion retailer Primark will open its first store in the Czech Republic in The Flow Building, leasing all the retail space over three floors. Office space has been pre-leased to Scott & Weber, Graebel Relocation Services and a major multinational tenant yet to be disclosed. Scott & Weber will give The Flow Building further flexibility to accommodate an even wider range of tenants as a provider of premium coworking and serviced office space for companies of all sizes.
The building which is aiming for an ‘Excellent’ BREEAM rating has been designed to incorporate passive technology that reduces client energy consumption and CO2 emissions, provide an abundance of natural daylight, and to ensure the optimum internal environment through parametrically controlled solar shading and openable windows. The tenants of the building will also have access to a “Flow Zone” common room on the top floor with views of the National Museum and access to a rooftop terrace with panoramic views of Prague.
The two underground parking levels will offer the largest number of spaces with access to electric charge points in central Prague (50 out of a total of 129). There are also electric charge points for
e-bikes alongside changing rooms and showers for tenant employees.
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