The Skanska development company has successfully completed the process of leasing the Visionary project in Holešovice. The newest tenants in the building are the IT department of Škoda Auto SAP Competence center, the Cocoon marketing agency and the Hogg Robinson travel agency. The full 23,000 m2 of administrative and retail space at Visionary is under long-term lease to respected companies. The new owner of the property as of June 2018 is the Austrian real estate fund CA Immo.
“The Visionary project was the first to offer premium office space in the area around Holešovice train station, and has brought a number of important companies to the district. They key tenants of the building include the Accenture consultancy firm, the Business Link co-working centre and the WMC/Actum Digital creative agency. The administrative part of the building also houses Škoda Auto, Cocoon and Hogg Robinson. The retail section is home to the Vision Café restaurant by Zátiší Group, a medical centre, pharmacy and healthy food shop by Medicon and a kindergarten established by the city district. Visionary supports sports and offers a range of opportunities, including a running track on the roof and a multipurpose pitch in the garden. The project has successfully launched the implementation of our vision for the transformation of this part of Holešovice into a desirable and pulsing neighbourhood,” says Alexandra Tomášková, Managing Director of Skanska Property Czech Republic.
About the Visionary project
The Visionary office building is located in Prague’s Holešovice district between Argentinská and Plynární streets, in close proximity to the traffic junction near Holešovice train station. The complex with a total leasable area of 23,000 m² has been entirely leased to respected companies, and as of June 2018 it is owned and managed by the Austrian real estate company CA Immo.
Visionary has been certified LEED Platinum Shell & Core version 3. The building achieved 95 points out of 110 in total, which makes it the second most sustainable building in Europe. Skanska Property also strives for WELL Shell & Core certification, which assess the interior environment of the building and its impact on the people working within. The building will undergo the certification process in the end of 2018, and if successful, it will be the first project in the Czech Republic to acquire WELL certification.
The complex features areas dedicated to sports. Visionary is the first office building in Central Europe with a running track on the roof. The ground floor includes a large multipurpose sports pitch, which is open to the tenants, kindergarten and public. In summer, the Visionary garden can transform into an open-air cinema.
Visionary is among the buildings that are introducing new trends on the Czech real estate market. Skanska has developed a personalised application which the buildings’ tenants can download to their smartphones. The app offers easy access to services both within the building and in the vicinity. With the app, tenants can order dry cleaning/laundry service, book a session in the garden sports grounds, order a shared electric car or shared bike.
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