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Rehorova
From 4000$ / m2
ID: 11862 | 6 floors
Ovenecka
From 4500$ / m2
ID: 11860 | 7 floors
 Rezidence Piskova
Rezidence Piskova
From 5680$ / m2
ID: 11852 | 5 floors
Trebichovice
Trebichovice
From 2025$ / m2
ID: 11823 | 1 floor
Rezidence Farkasova
Rezidence Farkasova
From 4800$ / m2
ID: 11819 | 2 floors
Komoranska
Komoranska
From 5440$ / m2
ID: 11818 | 3 floors
Rezidence Na Rovinach
Rezidence Na Rovinach
From 5150$ / m2
ID: 11816 | 4 floors
Pod Prehradou
Pod Prehradou
From 5000$ / m2
ID: 11815 | 2 floors
Hokesovo namesti
Hokesovo namesti
From 4300$ / m2
ID: 11814 | 3 floors
Villa Mrstikova
Villa Mrstikova
From 4300$ / m2
ID: 11802 | 4 floors
APUS villa
APUS villa
From 5000$ / m2
ID: 11801 | 7 floors
MYTKA STARA BOLESLAV
MYTKA STARA BOLESLAV
From 3270$ / m2
ID: 11772 | 3 floors
TERASY PLZENSKA
TERASY PLZENSKA
From 6360$ / m2
ID: 11771 | 4 floors
Zelene Mesto 3
Zelene Mesto 3
From 4500$ / m2
ID: 11738
Prague Marina Nova
Prague Marina Nova
From 4500$ / m2
ID: 11737 | 8 floors
RANTA Barrandov II
RANTA Barrandov II
From 4500$ / m2
ID: 11736 | 8 floors
PARVI Cibulka
PARVI Cibulka
From 4000$ / m2
ID: 11735 | 5 floors
Projekt KOTI Liben
Projekt KOTI Liben
From 4000$ / m2
ID: 11734 | 5 floors
Suomi Hloubetin
Suomi Hloubetin
From 5000$ / m2
ID: 11733 | 6 floors
Talo Kavalirka
Talo Kavalirka
From 5000$ / m2
ID: 11732 | 6 floors
Koivu Zlicin
Koivu Zlicin
From 4000$ / m2
ID: 11731 | 4 floors
KORU Vinohradska
KORU Vinohradska
From 4500$ / m2
ID: 11730 | 6 floors
Aalto Cibulka
Aalto Cibulka
From 4500$ / m2
ID: 11729 | 7 floors
Vivus Uhrineves
Vivus Uhrineves
From 4000$ / m2
ID: 11728 | 5 floors

New buildings in Prague

City on the map

Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic, is located on the fertile Labe plain, on both banks of the Vltava River near its confluence with the Labe (Elbe) River.

Why is it profitable to buy apartments in the new buildings of Prague?

The Czech Republic has achieved the most significant economic transformations among the countries of the former socialist bloc. The country has a dynamic present and a bright future. These forecasts are based on a successful policy of attracting investors with firm guarantees of their investments, on a developed infrastructure, the availability of skilled labor in the country and its low (by the standards of the European Union) cost.
The capital's industry includes: pharmaceutical, printing, food, vehicles and equipment, computer technology and electrical engineering. The service sector is developed, in particular: financial, trade, hotel, government. And, of course, tourism is the most important factor in replenishing the budget of the city and the country, as well as the restaurant business.
This is an ancient city, founded over a millennium ago and has preserved a huge number of ancient monuments. About half of the national income of the Czech Republic is directly related to tourism, which cannot but attract investors, especially in the real estate sector.
The climate in the region is moderately continental, winters are mild, with little snow, and warm summers with rains. Spring comes in March and autumn ends in early December.
There are many green spaces in the city, they cover almost half of its entire territory.
Transport infrastructure of Prague is at a high level. Several European highways converge into a single junction in the city. Intra-city transport includes metro, trams, trolleybuses and buses. The international airport was recognized as the best in Central and Eastern Europe.
The city is a recognized center of higher education in the country and in Europe as a whole. Currently, there are eight higher educational institutions financed from the state budget (universities, higher economic schools, academies). In addition, there are twenty-one private higher education institutions.
Experts point out that the real estate market in Prague is growing steadily. There are still a lot of new housing offers and plenty to choose from. According to experts, the reason is the persistence of a serious shortage of living space for a long time. Demand significantly outstrips supply, the shortage is still felt in the market, it is estimated at about fifty thousand apartments. An additional 200,000 people are projected to relocate to Prague by 2030. That is, the construction of multi-apartment residential complexes will only expand.
Investments in real estate in the new buildings of Prague, thus, are very profitable. The demand for residential complexes in Prague is also great because of the excellent infrastructure and status of the capital, popularity among tourists and students, and the ability to find work in the city. The sale of apartments from developers is simple in terms of the procedure and is aimed at investors from all over the world. The reasonable expectation of a high return on investment in new buildings in Prague from the developers at a relatively low investment price stimulates demand. Customer reviews confirm the high quality of the facilities being built.
You can buy an apartment from a developer in Prague at a reasonable cost ( according to EU standards). According to the information of the real estate search engine GEOLN.COM, the minimum price per square meter of turnkey area is 2,000 USD.

Purchase of apartments from the developers in Prague by foreigners

Foreigners have the right to buy apartments without any restrictions.

Highlights of the city

  •  Astronomical clock
  • The Charles Bridge
  • Prague Castle
  • St. Vitus Cathedral
  • Petrin Hill
  • Zlata street
  • Old city
  • Wenceslas Square
  • Vysehrad
  • Prague Zoo
  • Old Town Square
  • Tyn Temple
  • Zizkov TV Tower
  • Powder Tower
  • Jewish quarter
  • Mala Strana
  • Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul
  • Old Town Hall
  • Dancing House
  • Monastery of Saint George
  • Kingdom of Railways
  • Strahov Monastery
  • Royal Garden
  • Letná gardens
  • National Museum
  • Alphonse Mucha Museum
  • John Lennon Wall

Where is the best place to live and buy real estate in Prague?

Municipal territories with the name "Prague" each bear their own serial number: there are ten districts in the city. This is how the naming issue is rationally and simply resolved.
 Prague 1-3 - those who find it convenient to live near the main sights of the city settle here.
To the south is Nove Mesto - the center of entrepreneurship, well-known companies are situated here.
To the east there is Prague 3, which includes several neighborhoods, the main one is Zizkov, creative people and young people prefer to live in it: artists, students, young designers.
Prague 4-7 is a large area; panel high-rise buildings prevail here.
There are parks on the territory of Prague 5. For those who prefer greenery and silence, Prague 5 is the best choice.
The Smikhov microdistrict is considered one of the most prestigious. There are ultra-modern buildings that are quoted for a high price category, the outskirts are being built up with cottages and villas, while there are housing of economy class as well.
There is enough space for both new buildings and private households on the large territory of the Prague 6 district.
Elite, very expensive real estate is located in Nebushitsy.
Prague 7 is especially interesting for connoisseurs of art, as there are various galleries, museums, exhibition halls ..
An extensive area in the north-east of the Czech capital is occupied by the Prague 8 district. It is one of the oldest areas with a large number of natural and historical sights, which began to be actively built up. The territory has been improved, old sections have been repaired and new roads have been built. In 2003, the construction of a residential complex began on the site of the former warehouse.
Housing construction is also underway in the Prague 10 district, there are no industrial zones at all, which is especially comfortable for living.
Purchasing an apartment in a new building in Prague is a profitable investment with a guaranteed high rental income or resale due to the stable growth of real estate prices in this city, its tourist attractiveness, business opportunities and the status of the capital.

Prices for new buildings near metro stations in Prague

MetroPrices, from
Jiřího z Poděbrad3400$ / m2
Florenc3000$ / m2
Křižíkova3000$ / m2
Náměstí Míru3000$ / m2
Hlavní nádraží3000$ / m2
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