Published at: 2017-08-31 20:44 | Author: Nina Fibigerová
The developers is pursuing ambitious residential sites in a push to increase its pipeline while prices are rising
The developer Penta has rolled out new residential projects in Prague’s 4th and 6th districts in recent weeks. This might come as a surprise to anyone who’s followed the company’s recent string of successful, large-scale office schemes. But Penta’s director of residential development David Musil says the company has always pursued its residential ambitions and its lack of new projects on the low supply of sites and on the tortuously slow planning process in Prague.

Penta’s goal is to deliver...

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