Ostrava at Expo Real: areas in the centre of the city for a wide range of opportunities

Ostrava at Expo Real: areas in the centre of the city for a wide range of opportunities

Published at: 2018-09-25 14:53 | Author: Crest Communications
The Moravian-Silesian metropolis is focused on the presentation of spaces in its centre. The aim is to transform the centre of Ostrava into a lively and convenient spot, popular with those living and visiting Ostrava alike. The Land Use Plan envisages mixed-use areas serving the purpose of housing and community facilities designed to suit the centre of the city and include residential buildings, shops and services, administration, offices, cultural, educational, sports and social facilities, catering, accommodation etc. Ostrava has already advanced in its own projects which fulfil this vision: e. g. Modern Art Gallery, which will be located in the refurbished historical building of city slaughterhouse, International Cultural Centre, which will arise in an extension to the slaughterhouse, and the future new apartment house at the intersection of Kostelní and Biskupská streets. The city and the central municipal district are working on several separate projects for new apartment complexes or reconstructions of existing residential blocks. When complete, these projects should provide around 200 extra apartments in the city centre. Moreover, the city has been supporting the University of Ostrava in the plan to build a new multi-purpose facility in the centre of Ostrava on the Černá louka location near the Ostravice river to serve students and the general public. One of the new buildings will be a modern facility for sport, health and technology; the other is a new building for the Art and Design Cluster of the University of Ostrava's Faculty of Arts. The city is offering other spaces for private projects in Karolina, a unique development area in the vicinity of the historic city centre and a new modern neighbourhood. At present, the city is offering nearly 8,300 m2 of land to investors, investment funds and developers in this location, where an architecturally high-quality multi-storey building (or group of urban-type buildings) should be going up. Last but not least, a plan for the sale of a nearby space with an area of more than 30,000 m2 between the Karolina shopping centre and the Trojhalí (Triple Hall) has been prepared with similar regulations. Ostrava has also approx. 59 ha of free plots in the strategic Ostrava-Mošnov industrial zone on offer for investors.

Legend to the photo: Karolina, a plot "Teardrop"

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