Czech Republic is heading towards 10 million sq m of modern warehouse a logistic space

Developers plan to deliver almost 680,000 sq m of new industrial space in the Czech Republic this year. 350,000 sq m of this total is already under construction. In 2020, more than 650,000 sq m of industrial space was added to the market, which pushed the total supply up...
Tenants are holding off on moves, leading to a gradual slowdown in construction of new offices in Prague

Developers plan to deliver only 91,900 m2 of new offices to the market this year. Last year, approximately 160,000 m2 of new or modernized projects were completed. Therefore, it's finally clear that Covid-19 has caused delays in the development of office space: the start...
BNP Paribas Real Estate strengthen Valuation team with the expectations of a strong wave of real estate valuation

The ongoing pandemic has also affected property values, with individual buildings and entire portfolios being revalued. This is mainly centred on logistics, which continues to strengthen, office buildings, buildings with now unused accommodation capacity, residential pro...
The Czech real estate market is not in quarantine - large investment transactions are still being prepared

In spite of the limitations connected to Covid-19, business is moving forward across the real estate segments, with major properties continuing to change owners. The recent sale of the Parkview office building (€77 million) and part of the Arete industrial portfolio (€50...
Banks keep financing real estate projects. However, purpose, location and occupancy requirements have changed

Domestic banks are continuing to finance real estate development. Preference is being given to existing major clients, as well as those who focus on the residential and logistics segments. Bankers are being very vigilant regarding locations which are more connected to to...
Industrial properties still attract investors - City Park Hostivař in Prague has a new owner

A year after its approval, City Park Hostivař in Prague 10 has changed its owner. The new, two-storey complex with an area of almost 11,000 sqm in two almost equally large buildings comprises warehouse space as well as retail showrooms and office facilities. The main ten...
Czech traditional company, Škoda Vagonka, is the new tenant in CTPark Ostrava-Hrabová

Almost 4,700 sq m of warehouse and office space in CTPark in Ostrava-Hrabová has been newly leased by Škoda Vagonka a.s., owned by the PPF investment group. Vagonka is a traditional Czech supplier of urban and railway transport, and is currently undergoing modernisation....
Warehouses and production are fighting back against coronavirus - construction is not slowing down and vacancies are declining

The industrial premises market in the Czech Republic is resisting the waves of coronavirus. It could even be said that the two waves, which have tested other commercial real estate sectors, have made the warehouse sector stronger and more resilient. This is evidenced by ...
Office construction in Prague is still ongoing, but the period of speculative development has ended

In the first nine months of 2020, over 140,000 sq m of modern office space was added to the Prague real estate market. Compared with last year, this is an increase of 35%. Construction continued, even during the 3rd quarter, and new projects were also launched. This is i...
New brands are entering the Retail Market, even during the growth of e-commerce. And developers are planning more projects

The pandemic has slowed down developers' plans in the retail segment, but it hasn't stopped them altogether. One of the reasons is the arrival of new brands on the domestic market. In the last year, where retail was significantly affected by Covid-19 related restrictions...
Czech Republic is heading towards 10 million sq m of modern warehouse a logistic space

Developers plan to deliver almost 680,000 sq m of new industrial space in the Czech Republic this year. 350,000 sq m of this total is already under construction. In 2020, more than 650,000 sq m of industrial space was added to the market, which pushed the total supply up...
Tenants are holding off on moves, leading to a gradual slowdown in construction of new offices in Prague

Developers plan to deliver only 91,900 m2 of new offices to the market this year. Last year, approximately 160,000 m2 of new or modernized projects were completed. Therefore, it's finally clear that Covid-19 has caused delays in the development of office space: the start...
BNP Paribas Real Estate strengthen Valuation team with the expectations of a strong wave of real estate valuation

The ongoing pandemic has also affected property values, with individual buildings and entire portfolios being revalued. This is mainly centred on logistics, which continues to strengthen, office buildings, buildings with now unused accommodation capacity, residential pro...
The Czech real estate market is not in quarantine - large investment transactions are still being prepared

In spite of the limitations connected to Covid-19, business is moving forward across the real estate segments, with major properties continuing to change owners. The recent sale of the Parkview office building (€77 million) and part of the Arete industrial portfolio (€50...
Banks keep financing real estate projects. However, purpose, location and occupancy requirements have changed

Domestic banks are continuing to finance real estate development. Preference is being given to existing major clients, as well as those who focus on the residential and logistics segments. Bankers are being very vigilant regarding locations which are more connected to to...
Industrial properties still attract investors - City Park Hostivař in Prague has a new owner

A year after its approval, City Park Hostivař in Prague 10 has changed its owner. The new, two-storey complex with an area of almost 11,000 sqm in two almost equally large buildings comprises warehouse space as well as retail showrooms and office facilities. The main ten...
Czech traditional company, Škoda Vagonka, is the new tenant in CTPark Ostrava-Hrabová

Almost 4,700 sq m of warehouse and office space in CTPark in Ostrava-Hrabová has been newly leased by Škoda Vagonka a.s., owned by the PPF investment group. Vagonka is a traditional Czech supplier of urban and railway transport, and is currently undergoing modernisation....
Warehouses and production are fighting back against coronavirus - construction is not slowing down and vacancies are declining

The industrial premises market in the Czech Republic is resisting the waves of coronavirus. It could even be said that the two waves, which have tested other commercial real estate sectors, have made the warehouse sector stronger and more resilient. This is evidenced by ...
Office construction in Prague is still ongoing, but the period of speculative development has ended

In the first nine months of 2020, over 140,000 sq m of modern office space was added to the Prague real estate market. Compared with last year, this is an increase of 35%. Construction continued, even during the 3rd quarter, and new projects were also launched. This is i...
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