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News Average price of older Czech flats falls 9% year-on-year
25
Apr
2023

Average price of older Czech flats falls 9% year-on-year

by Property Forum
The average price of older flats in the Czech Republic fell by nine percent year-on-year to CZK 82,351 per sqm (€3,510 per sqm), which brought an overall increase in sales by two-thirds compared to the previous year. However, Prague has seen the fewest sales of older apartments in four years. According to ČTK and HN.cz, this is the result of a study by the real estate group European Housing Services (EHS), which uses data from its founding members, Bezrealitky and Maxima Reality.
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News Central Group shakes up the market with flash sale in Prague
21
Apr
2023

Central Group shakes up the market with flash sale in Prague

by Property Forum
The frozen Czech residential real estate market experienced a minor shake-up when developer Central Group put fifty new apartments on the market in Prague's Harfa at a big discount. According to the developer, they were sold out in a few hours. The price was CZK 100,000 (€4,250) per sqm, a quarter cheaper than is usual in the locality and a third cheaper than the Prague average, writes Hn.cz.
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News Prague's market for new flats recovers
21
Apr
2023

Prague's market for new flats recovers

by Property Forum
The latest data from Q1 2023 show a recovery of the new flats market in Prague. Quarter-on-quarter, sales increased by almost a fifth. The mortgage market, which has also seen a rally in recent months, but also the return of investors, will have an impact on further developments. Neither offer nor sale prices have changed significantly compared to the previous period. This is mainly due to persistently high construction costs, slow permitting of new construction and temporary postponement of some planned projects, according to the market analysis of development companies Trigema, Skanska and Central Group.
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News Skanska to build apartments in Prague 9 for €41 million
08
Dec
2022

Skanska to build apartments in Prague 9 for €41 million

by Property Forum
The area of former factories and industrial halls in Prague 9 will be transformed into a modern urban district. Skanska is now planning to invest more than CZK 1 billion (€41 million) in the Alfred apartment building there. The building, which is part of the second phase of the construction of the district of industrialist Emil Kolben, is expected to be completed in 2025, reports E15.cz.
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News Central Group replaces broadcast tower in Prague with flats
01
Aug
2022

Central Group replaces broadcast tower in Prague with flats

by Property Forum
One of the tallest buildings in Prague will disappear. The broadcasting tower of the Central Telecommunications Building (Ústřední telekomunikační budova) in Prague's Žižkov district will be demolished in January 2023, including the adjacent buildings. The demolition work is being prepared by the developer Central Group, which owns the entire technology complex in Olšanská Street and is now preparing a residential project there. The current design of the 100-metre towers with apartments by architect Eva Jiřičná has not yet been approved by the city, writes E15.cz.
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News Central Group plans hybrid nurseries in new Prague project
27
Jul
2022

Central Group plans hybrid nurseries in new Prague project

by Property Forum
Considering how Prague and its population will grow in the next few years, developer Central Group is planning schools and kindergartens. In its Nová Ruzyně project, it plans to build housing for more than 6,600 people and incorporate kindergartens directly into residential buildings. The developer plans to start construction within two years, writes the daily E15.
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News Central Group buys offices in Prague to use as refugee assistance centre
04
Mar
2022

Central Group buys offices in Prague to use as refugee assistance centre

by Property Forum
A complex of three Komerční banka office buildings with an area of more than 12,000 sqm has been bought by Central Group in Prague 9. These are non-residential premises that can serve as emergency facilities and space for NGOs assisting refugees in the current war situation in Ukraine. The developer informed about the offer of the complex on its website, along with information about stopping the sale of apartments to citizens of Russia and Belarus who do not reject the aggressive and barbaric actions of their countries towards Ukraine.
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News Central Group to build new residential district in Prague 3
17
Feb
2022

Central Group to build new residential district in Prague 3

by Property Forum
The largest new residential district in the Czech Republic, which will be built on a brownfield site, is starting construction in Prague 3 in Žižkov. It could house up to over 5,000 people. The planned investment is estimated at CZK 20 billion. According to the plans of the developer Central Group, the first inhabitants could move in as early as 2024. The entire Park District should be completed within ten years, the developer plans.
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News Central Group buys land in Prague locations for CZK 750 million
18
Aug
2021

Central Group buys land in Prague locations for CZK 750 million

by Property Forum
During H1 2021, Czech residential developer Central Group has completed the acquisition of land plots in three Prague locations, Žižkov, Hloubětín and Vysočany, for CZK 750 million. It plans to build almost a thousand new apartments on the land.
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News Average Prague apartment now costs 14 annual salaries
03
Dec
2020

Average Prague apartment now costs 14 annual salaries

by Property Forum
The availability of housing in Prague has slightly improved this year, but it is still incomparably worse than in the surrounding metropolises. The inhabitants of Prague have to work 13.9 years for an average 70 sqm apartment. In Vienna, for example, such a purchase only cost 8.7 annual salaries. Compared to last year, a slight improvement was registered in 2020, but the effect of the coronavirus crisis has not yet been reflected in wage statistics, according to Czech residential developer Central Group.
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New leases

  • Delivery firm Cargus has leased 3,000 sqm for a new warehouse in CTPark Sibiu. Across Romania, Cargus has 20,000 sqm of warehouse spaces leased in CTP projects.
  • Decerto IT company has taken 850 sqm on the fourth floor of the Lumen office building in Warsaw.
  • Poznań's Andersia Tower is expanding its tenant portfolio. Recruitment company Hays Poland has taken a 260 sqm office space in the building. The Sempire agency, part of the Shoper group, has decided to lease 600 sqm.

New appointments

  • Maciej Kamiński joins the Axi Immo Services team as Head Of Business Development. His main task will be formulating and implementing business development strategies and negotiating and concluding contracts in the company's business area.
  • Polski Związek Firm Deweloperskich (Polish Association of Property Developers) elected new authorities at its general meeting in Katowice. Maciej Wandzel was elected chairman of the board. He will replace Grzegorz Kiełpsz, who became honorary president of the PZFD.
  • Piotr Herian has taken up the position of ISS CFO for Poland and the Baltics. ISS is a leading company in the creation of friendly workplaces and comprehensive facilities management.

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