Within three years, an extravagant building will be built in Prague 8 just opposite Invalidovna.
About one and a half billion crowns will be invested by Trigema developer. The investor has completed the land purchase and building will begin in the spring of next year.
The new building will be located in front of Kaizlovy sady.
“On the ground floor, residents have a generous central area and five side reception entrances. They will be fully automated and equipped with a robotic receptionist. The building will offer some 144 premium apartments, ranging in size from 1 + kk to penthouse. The apartments will be completed with loggia. Penthouse users will be able to use the rooftop terrace. Two underground floors will be designated for parking,” Trigema writes in a press release saying that David Černý is collaborating with architects from the Quatra studio on the interior of the common areas.
Future residents can look forward to various technological “gadgets” in the spirit of clever housing. This will control heating, air conditioning and automatic shading of all windows on the southern facades to avoid summer overheating. The developer also promises a roof photovoltaic power plant. “The use of geothermal energy will also contribute to energy savings,” adds Trigema. Shared services, including parking or a playroom for children, are also an advantage for potential buyers.
In the courtyard, shops, restaurants, cafés and fitness centres will be open to the public. The new project into the transformation of Karlin, which, after the devastating floods in 2002, recovered and became one of the most sought-after Prague districts.
Author: Lilato Madiri