Palác Euro and Palác Astra01.01.2014
Location: Václavské náměstí 773/4, Praha 1, Czech Republic
Type of the project: Office
Services: Asset management, Property management
Fund: Generali Real Estate
State of the project: Non active
Size of the project: 6 000 m²
About the project:
Euro Palace and Astra Palace are one of the few buildings on Wenceslas Square that provide first class office and retail space while not being enclosed by an inner courtyard, therefore providing attractive views of Wenceslas Square and Jungmann Square from both sides of the building. Great emphasis has been put on flexible and efficient configuration of the space.
Astra Palace, formally known as Lindt‘s house, was the first functionalist building built in Prague between 1925 – 1927, designed by the architect Ludvík Kysela for the factory owner and artificial flower trader, August Lindt. The Palace was completely and sensitively renovated in 2011.
Euro Palace was built in 2002 and encloses the west side of the lower part of Wenceslas Square. The building boasts a transparent glass facade and golden tower. It offers excellent accessibility, metro entrance being right next to the reception. Immediately after completion, the Palace won several architectural awards, including the prestigious Grand Prix of Architects.