REZIDENCE PALATA

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Rezidence Palata is the work of leading Czech architect Jan Šesták from Studio pha. With the project, Real-Treuhand proceeds with an extraordinarily co-operation with his architectural studio on the .142 RADLICKÁ project.

The residence’s name reflects the history of the place, where the well-known DOLNÍ PALATA farmstead used to stand previously.

The original building, on the site of which the residence will be built, was named according to the building sign “AT BLUE GRAPE´s ”.

The PALATA project on Holečkova Street is set in a location under Strahov that is attractive in many ways and provides peaceful housing near Kinský Garden, close to the centre of Prague. It is a traditional residential area eith well-established shops, services, transport lines and all other infrastructure elements. The Anděl shopping and cultural centre is within easy reach.

The building contains only 31 apartments and 1 studio, meaning that Real-Treuhand is continuing with its long-term concept of building small-scale, architecturally unique residential buildings in well-established Prague locations. The building’s architecture is based on the specific layout of the construction lot, making maximum use of its shape. The part of the lot that is not built on will be planted with a garden with relaxation zones accessible only to residents.

Rezidence PALATA is situated a southern slope and has eight storeys. There are garage parking spaces and cellars on the ground and first floors. The composition of the apartments is chosen with regard to the location’s attractiveness and proximity to the historical centre of Prague, and it is focused primarily on smaller units with layouts of one or two rooms + kitchenette, which are unique opportunities for safe investments. The building has three units with a layout of three rooms + kitchenette, and the seventh floor will comprise a unique apartment with four or five rooms + kitchenette. This apartment will also have a southern terrace with a wonderful view of the opposite green slope of the Hus Gardens.