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27. 09. 2016

 

/Prague, 27.9.2016/ The new Smíchov City project will transform the Smíchov Station locality into a multifunctional district full of greenery. The city planners and architects were inspired by the traditional city of the 19th century, and used the best ideas in their design for a modern, lively neighborhood. The new district will consequently offer quiet housing, modern offices, and all the necessary civic amenities.



6. 02. 2015

The area of the Smíchov Railway Station is facing a substantial change. The dead zone with vacant buildings and derelict rails will be, within a couple of years, replaced by a modern city neighborhood. A bigger image of the first development stage is shaping up from the results of the architectural contest, organized by the investor Smíchov Station Development, a.s., in cooperation with the Prague Institute for Planning and Development.



30. 05. 2014

/Prague, May 29, 2014/ Today, the city hall members have approved to the change of the master plan that will enable the development of the new neighborhood Smíchov City in the area of the current Smíchov Railway Station.

Mr. Leoš Anderle, Director of Development, Sekyra Group, has commented to the news: “The change of the master plan of the Smíchov Railway Station has been negotiated for seven years; it’s an important milestone in the development of this project. Now, we can start with the project preparation of block of buildings. The construction should start in 2017. The costs for the revitalization of the Smíchov Railway Station and its surroundings are estimated as 12 to 15 billions Czk”



6. 12. 2010

Prague, December 6, 2010 – Sekyra Group is selling the building site in Praha – Malešice to the SIDI PRAGUE Company. By this, Sekyra Group demonstrates its focus on large development projects in the broad center of Prague.



14. 10. 2010

Until the first half of the last century, the territory of the ROHAN CITY project was the riverbed of Vltava; then it was filled up and moved towards north. The newly created areas were used for industrial and storage purposes; however, in the course of years, they became neglected brownfield areas.



 

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