Published at: 2019-06-12 11:43 | Author: Robert McLean
Some co-working centers target the hipster crowd, but Opero's tried to create a space for professionals of a wider age range
For a product that barely even existed a few years ago, it’s fascinating to see how the various co-working centers in Prague have stratified, with each having a rather specialized target group. They also have a remarkable tendency to reflect the priorities and personality of their founders. Opero, a 900 sqm space in Prague’s Old Town on Salvatorská Street, was set up by Pavel Přikryl and two partners, Pavel Bouška (a prominent businessman) and Luboš Černý (a consultant and angel investor). Přikr...

Similar Stories:

Warburg sells Haagsche Hof office building to Corpus Sireo
The German investment manager Warburg-HIH Invest Real Estate has sold the Haagsche Hof off  »
CitySpace grows flexible office space portfolio
With demand growing, CitySpace, a Polish operator of flexible serviced offices, increased  »
Savills named leasing agent for three buildings at Business Garden Wrocław
Savills has been appointed exclusive leasing agent for office space in three buildings at  »
Tomášková to lead Skanska’s merged Czech and Hungarian units
Skanska has merged its Czech and Hungarian commercial developments units and placed Alexan  »
With demand for modern office space in Athens growing on a daily basis, developers and inv   »
HB Reavis broke into the big leagues by being aggressive on rents, building office space t   »
How would you describe the tenant mix at Mindspace? Co-working is a solution that takes i   »
You’re part of the HB Reavis group, which is an increasingly powerful player in office d   »