The Arcus City residential development project is located in the fast-growing district of Stodůlky in Prague 5. This affordable and high-quality living with stunning views combines a picturesque countryside with excellent transportation accessibility of the centre of Prague. Perfect public facilities ensure a satisfied and comfortable life. The first phase offers 100 residential units with layouts from 1-bedroom apartment to a high standard 3-bedroom penthouse apartment. The Arcus City project is an ideal new place for life.
Astrid Office is an exceptional intimate project in the heart of Holešovice. The combination of unique architecture and state of the art technologies formed more than just a building, it but synergized in living space where you enjoy to create, make decisions, plan and discuss.
The office building consists of five above ground and two underground floors. Extensive glazed areas with the use of outdoor vertical lamellas and horizontal louvers on the building façade provide very pleasant natural light. The main entrance with reception desk and spacious lobby reflect the airiness and light of all rental areas. There are several co-working spots available within the building including the lobby, the common green areas and roof terrace to network and find inspiration.
The former office building constructed in the years 1912-1916 for the Sugar Industry Insurance Association will be refurbished and converted into a luxury 175 key hotel. The neoclassical building was built according to the design of architects Josef Zasche and Theodor Fischer. The facade sculptures were created by the German sculptor Franz Metzner. The irregular pentagonal building extended along its longitude axes encloses two courtyards and attaches to the Henry’s Tower (Jindřišská věž) by the open archway at its narrow western end.
The building was categorised as a listed cultural monument by the Ministry of Culture in 1993.
Modern living on Grafická Strasse in in the Smichov District: Neugraf stands out with its private wellness area, inner courtyard and green rooftop terrace as well as 24/7 reception and high security standards.
The original building was constructed in 1891 by Franz Waldek von Waldried in a place whose history dates back to the time when the New Town of Prague was created at the end of the 14th century. The modern building was completed in 1996 and includes a business unit, a restaurant in the basement and over 5,000 m² of office space on seven floors. An attractive glass atrium in the middle of the building is the attraction for every visitor.
Astrid Offices is an exceptional intimate project in the heart of Holešovice. A combination of quality architecture, unadulterated design and modern technologies creates a complex of buildings in which it is a pleasure to work and live. Astrid Garden fully respects the industrial history of the area, but the approach of the designers has created a timeless project, in which it will be wonderful to live and work. A green oasis will be created in the heart of Holešovice, thanks to the abundance of organic elements and accompaniments, such as green walls in common areas, grassy roofs, and mature trees in the courtyard. The concept of an enclosed space provides a sense of safety and serenity. Modern technical conveniences ensure a sense of perfect comfort.
In three construction stages, this unique project changed the character of the entire Smíchov neighborhood and created a new center on the grounds of the original Tatra factory complex. It includes office buildings, a cinema, hotels as well as a three-story underground parking with a total area of 14,435 sqm and 413 parking spaces
Anděl City residence consists of two buildings with 106 and 109 residential units, respectively. Highlights of its distinctive architectural features are the elliptical corner arc, recessed top floor, and spacious terraces.
This unique project was a joint venture of the two renowned developers UBM Bohemia Development s.r.o. and Crestyl real estate s.r.o.. It is a modern administrative building near the Prague city center. The building is LEED Gold certified and meets energy efficiency category A. It stands out from the surrounding conventional buildings through its atmosphere due to its location near the Vltava river and the surrounding greenery.
This first-class hotel with 60 rooms and 12 apartments was built on the site of a historic, listed palace whose history dates back to 1897. Later the palace was rebuilt in the style of the Belle Époque and decorated with beautiful ceiling frescos by the famous Czech painter Luděk Marold.