BRNO at Expo Real: suitable areas for investment opportunities

BRNO at Expo Real: suitable areas for investment opportunities

Published at: 2018-09-24 11:04 | Author: Crest Communications
Brno is set to present, above all, the new South Quarter (Jižní čtvrť) project in the space between the existing and upcoming station. It is a territory on an area of 133 ha, connected to the historical centre. The appearance of South Quarter is beginning to take concrete shape in connection with the decision on the placement of the Brno train station by the Svratka river. The Brno City Chief Architect´s Office is now working on updating the planning study, the aim of which will primarily be to determine the spatial regulations, clarify the delineation of the functional spaces and the transportation infrastructure system, define the connectivity of the spaces and recommend the phasing of the implementation of the technical and transportation infrastructure and construction in the area. Brno will also present at Expo Real the future Špitálka smart district in the central part of the city. The goal of the project is the construction of a new socially, economically and energy sustainable city district with the use of proven smart technologies. The preparation of the urban idea competition is now taking place and it will be announced during Expo Real – on October 10. Last but not least, Brno will be focusing at Expo Real at Ponava locality which was always used for leisure and sports. The city has concentrated the construction of two important sports facilities in this territory with an area of 44.5 ha: a football stadium with a capacity of more than 30,000 spectators and an aquapark for about 2,300 visitors. The location also has potential for new office and residential construction – up to 1,500 apartments could be created there. The City of Brno has adopted a conceptual approach to the entire locality of Ponava, in addition to preparing and coordinating the programmes. It is seeking partners and investors who will participate in the prepared projects in order to speed up the implementation and creation of this new neighbourhood.

Legend to the photo: the development of Brno South Quarter

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