Recovery in Real Estate Investment. Offices, Warehouses and Retail Parks are the most attractive

Fourteen of the fifteen retail properties which changed owners in the first half of this year were retail parks. Typically, these were around 3,000 sq m in size, and located in smaller Moravian and Czech towns. However, retail-related facilities, which express investors'...
Another record year for the Czech Industrial Real Estate Market

Historically low vacancy rates, a record volume of completed lease agreements, rising rents and unprecedentedly rapid progress and preparation for the construction of new warehouses and production halls. The domestic market of industrial premises is experiencing a euphor...
Office developers in Prague have extended their deadlines - not current plans for construction

Up to 700,000 sq m of new modern offices could be added to Prague Office Market by 2025. Currently, about a third of this volume is in the construction phase. However, due to the prevailing slowdown in demand and increasing vacancies in both existing and new office space...
BNP Paribas Real Estate's Industrial Agency is expanding - in terms of both personnel and deals

Industrial real estate is thriving in the Czech Republic. In spite of the effects of epidemiological measures, this segment is constantly evolving. There is currently a lot of activity involving new construction, demand and renegotiation of existing contracts for logisti...
Real estate investors are looking for opportunities in the regions. And they’re finding them!

In the first quarter of 2021, the activity of real estate investors fell to the lowest value since 2013. Commercial (and residential) buildings to the value of €310 million changed hands. The result was affected mainly by the lack of quality real estate on the market, ra...
We supported the modernisation of the Emons network in the Czech Republic

The backbone of the domestic network of the international logistics and transport company, Emons, underwent major expansion and modernisation last year. Emons already have 10 branches, including the central hub in Prague, as well as sites in both Brno and Pilsen.
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...
Flexible Offices experience a second wave of interest: they are more acceptable than home office for most corporations

At the beginning of the year, it seemed that many coworking centres or shared offices could not survive the measures associated with the Covid-19 pandemic. It was on shared workspaces, whose philosophy is based on meeting, personal communication and cooperation, that the...
Recovery in Real Estate Investment. Offices, Warehouses and Retail Parks are the most attractive

Fourteen of the fifteen retail properties which changed owners in the first half of this year were retail parks. Typically, these were around 3,000 sq m in size, and located in smaller Moravian and Czech towns. However, retail-related facilities, which express investors'...
Another record year for the Czech Industrial Real Estate Market

Historically low vacancy rates, a record volume of completed lease agreements, rising rents and unprecedentedly rapid progress and preparation for the construction of new warehouses and production halls. The domestic market of industrial premises is experiencing a euphor...
Office developers in Prague have extended their deadlines - not current plans for construction

Up to 700,000 sq m of new modern offices could be added to Prague Office Market by 2025. Currently, about a third of this volume is in the construction phase. However, due to the prevailing slowdown in demand and increasing vacancies in both existing and new office space...
BNP Paribas Real Estate's Industrial Agency is expanding - in terms of both personnel and deals

Industrial real estate is thriving in the Czech Republic. In spite of the effects of epidemiological measures, this segment is constantly evolving. There is currently a lot of activity involving new construction, demand and renegotiation of existing contracts for logisti...
Real estate investors are looking for opportunities in the regions. And they’re finding them!

In the first quarter of 2021, the activity of real estate investors fell to the lowest value since 2013. Commercial (and residential) buildings to the value of €310 million changed hands. The result was affected mainly by the lack of quality real estate on the market, ra...
We supported the modernisation of the Emons network in the Czech Republic

The backbone of the domestic network of the international logistics and transport company, Emons, underwent major expansion and modernisation last year. Emons already have 10 branches, including the central hub in Prague, as well as sites in both Brno and Pilsen.
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...
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