The developer Sekyra Group must pay the city of Prague more than half a billion crowns (€22 million) for the construction of public spaces in its new residential project on Prague's Rohanský island, according to new rules for private investors. This is the highest contribution a developer has ever had to pay to the capital so far, Seznamzpravy.cz reports.
A consortium of Penta Real Estate, Kaprain Group and Sekyra Group has acquired a land plot of 20,122 sqm from the University of Chemistry and Technology (VŠCHT) in the western part of Vítězné náměstí in Prague 6 for over €39 million (CZK 1 billion), Penta announced in a press release.
Local developer Sekyra Group has acquired the Stýblův dům townhouse on Wenceslas Square in Prague for around €16.6 million (CZK 450 million). The company is planning to invest €31.3 million (CZK 850 million) in restoring the building.
Schreder Polska and Urgo Polfa Łódź have extended their lease agreements for office space in the West Station buildings in Warsaw. The companies are using a total of more than 1,000 sqm of space.
Workspace Studio, a company specialized in office design solutions, has signed a 5-year lease extension for its office in Bucharest-based Sky Tower. The contract also includes a space expansion up to 810 sqm in the project owned by RPHI.
Depanero, the largest electro-IT service company in Romania and part of the eMAG group, has leased over 4,000 sqm in two of its buildings in Sema Parc based in Bucharest. The transaction was intermediated by real estate consultancy Griffes Romania.
Agnieszka Baczyńska took up the position of Head of Leasing - Retail in CPIPG. She is responsible for the commercialization of retail facilities from the CPIPG portfolio. Baczyńska also manages the leasing of office space on the buildings owned by CPIPG.
Ferenc Gondi has been appointed to a new post as Country Head for CTP Hungary. He's been part of CTP's activity for over 5 years.
Barbora Jansová joined Building & Project Consultancy team at Savills Prague Office as the new ESG Consultant & Project Manager in September 2022. She will be working alongside the Head of BPC, Jan Jurčíček.
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