Published at: 2017-07-05 20:30 | Author: Nina Fibigerová
Developing around its awkwardly placed railroad infrastructure is the biggest challenge to Prague7’s development
The slow awakening of Prague 7 as a zone for development continues with news that planning for a strip along its northern edge is getting closer to allowing a new project to break ground. Once again, Skanska Property is involved. The developer is currently working on its office project Visionary just to the south of the Holešovice train station, but it recently completed the acquisition of a project to the north of the station, between the rail lines and the Vltava River. Skanska bought the proj...

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