This comfortable urban functionalist residential building was built by the builder Suk in 1932, in the most advanced period of Czech modern architecture. The building is part of an urban heritage zone. The modern renovation is based on quality, grandeur, airiness, and comfort. There is a high standard of fixtures, floors, and tiles set. The building will consist of a total of 33 flats of various sizes from 1 + kk to 4 + kk, as well as two ateliers and two commercial premises.
Prague’s Dejvice district is a very popular, respectable place to live. The upper section is in the shadow of Prague Castle, and has a very pleasant atmosphere with lots of greenery, social life, gardens and cafes and restaurants, shops, schools, and all other services. The park right under the development provides a great, safe space for families. Transportation accessibility is first class not only by car. Just a 3-minute walk is Metro A, trams, and buses. There is easy access to the center of Prague and the Václav Havel Airport.