Roztyly Plaza office building has progresses to its final stage of construction

by   CIJ News iDesk III
2023-09-19   11:40
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The new Roztyly Plaza office building, which is being built in Prague 11 right next to the Roztyly metro station, has entered the final stage of construction. Work is now underway to complete the external cladding and the extensive glazing of the skylight, which will provide daylight to the internal atrium. Inside the building, the installation of technological equipment is underway. The walkways around the building have been landscaped, rainwater catchment systems have been installed and the existing asphalt has been replaced with low-noise asphalt. New bus stops or, for example, the planting of a roof terrace with greenery are also planned. When completed early next year, the building will expand the market with 21,700 sqm of last generation offices, almost half of which are already leased, 1,600 sqm of retail units on the ground floor, with plans for a grocery, pharmacy or drugstore, all complemented by a modern canteen. The architectural design of the building was created by Aulík Fišer architekti, the investor of the entire project is Koncern Passerinvest.

The construction of the seven-storey Roztyly Plaza office building reached its highest point in May, when the monolithic structure was completed. Within the rooftop residence terrace, which will be used by tenants for informal business meetings, relaxation zones and spaces for future planting of greenery are now being created. For maximum comfort, the terrace will also be equipped with refreshment facilities, a barbecue area, as well as a separate toilet. The entire surrounding area is also being generously treated, with new pavement surfaces being laid and preparations being made for the installation of new bus shelters. A bulky storage tank and pipe retention system will also be installed to capture rainwater for subsequent use in irrigating the surrounding greenery.
"We are delighted to be building office projects that are not just focused on simply creating efficient workplaces, but also a pleasant user experience both inside and around the building. That is why we are counting on the development of amenities in the building and the cultivation of the entire surroundings, which we are turning into a pleasant place for relaxation and a healthy lifestyle, not only for the employees of the buildings, but for all users of the location," says Eduard Forejt, Director of Business Development at Passerinvest Group, a.s.