Penta started building two buildings near Masaryk ndra in Prague. They were designed by the famous architect Zaha Hadidov | Business
After recent security work on the walls, after an archaeological survey, two buildings designed by the architect Zaha Hadidová are built. Other times, the construction would take a maximum of 18 months, in this project it will be over two years. The buildings have a complex load-bearing structure, and their shape is very complicated, said Penta Real Estate CEO Petr Palika.
At the end of this year, according to him, the outlines of the buildings will be clearly defined by a reinforced concrete skeleton, and from that year onwards, the shapes will take on their final shape. The total area reaches 28,000 square meters. In addition to offices, there will be restaurants, cafes and services.
Simultaneously with the construction, Penta will change Na Florenci Street, including its ascent to Havlkova Street. A small park, instead of parking at the end of it, will be created in front of Masaryk’s small town with modern entrances to the metro, new mobile phones and well-known green relaxation. The concrete form will gradually be given to the urban planning of the remaining country from the nurse towards the main road, which Zaha Hadidov proposed in her study, added Palika.
After an archaeological survey, which should take place in April this year, Penta will stand at the crossroads of Hybernsk and Opletalova hotel. Penta has a building permit, so it is assumed that the hotel will be completed at the end of 2024. At first, the railway then connects the area with various tracks, the company said.
Penta wants to invest about ten billion crowns in the right brownfield area around Masaryk University in Prague 8. An international competition workshop together with the master’s degree, the city districts of Prague 1 and Prague 8 and so on with SAD. The study should be based on it as a basis for the change of land in the Carniola brownfield and so of the dog according to the master, in the city of the Manifesto. Then an international urban-architectural competition will be announced. Penta assumed that there would be 100,000 meters of square areas and an apartment.
Penta added that the overall implementation was estimated before the change of land, the international competition and mainly due to the length of the permitting process.
Disputes have recently arisen over the construction of Penta around Masaryk’s railway. She was criticized by, for example, the opposition in Prague 1, the International Committee of the International Council of Remembrance and Communications (ICOMOS), the National State of Remembrance and the Club for Old Prague.
The opposition in Prague 1 demanded that the magistrate appeal against the landlord’s decision to build what did not happen. According to the city’s leadership, the magistrate has agreed with Penta that in the second part of the project, which is fully implemented in the direction of Florenc, there will be at least 40 percent of the apartment.