Port Karolína 2
The second stage of the successful Port Karolína project is located on the northwest side of U Mlýnského kanálu Street. The apartment building, which will have up to eight stories, is divided architecturally into two angled lines, running parallel to the banks of the Vltava River and with an adjoining bicycle path.
|Price incl. VAT:||3,399,000 - 19,635,000 Kč|
|Type:||Apartment, Commercial space,|
|Living area:||32.59 - 229.34 m²|
|Number of rooms:||1 - 5 rooms|
|Move in date:||Summer 2020|
A total of 168 flats and 18 studios are planned for the building. The first above ground floor should have 6 shops which will not sell food and a generous three-story glassed-in café facing the bicycle path. A common 72 m2 terrace will be located on the roof of the eighth floor. The terrace will provide a view of a very attractive part of Prague - across the districts of Holešovice and Troja all the way to the Prague Castle. The two common underground floors will contain parking and cellar storage units. Part of the cellar storage units will also be in the above ground floors. As in the previous stage, utility rooms, bicycle rooms and special rooms for washing bicycles, buggies and muddy dogs are also planned in this stage.
The building is designed at a low-energy consumption standard with an energy performance certificate of B - highly efficient. This means, for example, that the building exterior shell will be thoroughly insulated and that there will be high-quality wooden French doors with triple glass.
Quality and care for the environment are important to us, and that is why we decided on independent third-party BREEAM certification with an evaluation of Very Good for the second stage of the Port Karolína project.
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Owing to the new architectonic projects the formerly neglected periphery behind the Negrelli viaduct has changed from an industrial area to a showroom of the contemporary urban design. At last Karlín is worthy of its name which was given to the place in 1817 when it was founded in tribute to the Emperor Franz I’s wife, Caroline Augusta. You may be surprised upon hearing that it was exactly this place when the first electric tramway was put into operation in 1891; it was, however, very soon sold to the city of Prague due to organizational reasons by its inventor František Křižík. The area where Invalidovna (a dormitory for war invalids) and the first gasworks of Prague are situated is finally obtaining a truly elegant character. The leading Czech as well as foreign companies are moving into reconstructed factory premises, dingy shops are being replaced by snack bars and posh cafés; apart from the theatre you can find here also a concert hall boasting of the best acoustics in Prague.
Arising from the water
The modern image of the district is influenced by the Vltava River to a certain extent. In the spring in 2002 the river flooded the streets of Karlín and forever changed the appearance of the place. It will never happen again because Prague invested a lot in the installation of flood control measures. The reliable protection attracted investors once again, who started to shape a new, modern look of Karlín in cooperation with reputable foreign architects.
Western flair of the district
When on Rohanské nábřeží you feel as though you were in a different, western world. The Danube House, Nile House, Amazon Court, River Diamond…These are the name of new office blocks situated in the fast developing district of Prague on the Vltava river bank. In Karlín, history and modern architecture have been successfully merged; the original industrial genius loci is now featuring the western flair and spirit. Not only people who commute to work but also the more and more numerous inhabitants enjoy the place. You can find here dozens of restaurants, cafés, trendy shops, a lot of greenery, vicinity of the river and a ferry connecting Karlín with the Holešovice district, water reservoirs and fountains in the parks, artistic sculptures, etc. You can admire all this while riding a bike which you can rent here.
From Karlín to Europe
Apart from its distinctive look, the attractiveness of Karlín for residents also lies in its good transport service and accessibility because there are plenty of tramways and bus lines and the tube stations of the B and C lines. Buses from the Florenc bus station will take you not only to anywhere in the country but also to many European destinations.
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