News Article brownfield Czech Republic Prague residential Skanska
by Property Forum | Residential

Skanska will invest CZK 970 million in the first phase of the brownfield residential project Modřanský cukrovar. On the right bank of the river Vltava, 112 apartments and seven commercial premises within the area of 10,500 sqm will be built. After six phases of the project, there will be 797 housing units, Skanska announced on its website. 

Skanska will invest CZK 970 million in the first phase of the new residential development project Modřansky cukrovar in Prague, Czech Republic. This phase comprises 112 housing units and seven commercial premises. In the project, the developer focus on environmental issues like for example - water conservation, solar energy or recycled building material and social topic like supporting the local community life. Construction of the first phase starts in June 2022 and is scheduled for completion at the end of 2024. The project comprises 797 housing units in total, planned in six phases.

The residents of Modřansky cukrovar will be enabled to efficiently utilize renewable water and energy resources through progressive solutions, and the development project aims to provide space for good neighbourly relations. The dominant features will be the new central square and a pedestrian zone, a linear park for recreation and a revitalized part of the Vltava embankment.

The project aspires to achieve a BREEAM rating and is committed to the use of solar energy, recycled building materials and elements supporting community life. The complex has an extensive application of green roofs and greenery in the form of hundreds of solitary trees, orchards or meadows. It is designed to save up to 47 percent of the drinking water through blue-green-grey infrastructure, which refers to the integration of functions within stormwater management.