By expanding CTPark Prague North, the company responds to the strong demand for modern and sustainable facilities in Prague and its immediate surroundings for companies in the field of logistics, e-commerce and light industry. The developer started construction speculatively, i.e. without pre-arranged tenants, so companies have the opportunity to acquire modern premises in an attractive location. The newest hall with an area of up to 32,000 square meters will offer units from 5,000 to 32,000 square meters from March this year. The second hall will be completed in August 2023 and will offer 20,000 square meters.

"We are responding to the long-term high demand for premium class A industrial-logistics premises in Prague and its immediate surroundings, where no new premises of this type will be offered in the coming years. CTPark Prague North is excellently located in close proximity to the Czech capital and the D8 highway, which is the main traffic artery to Dresden. In addition to the excellent location, the new buildings will offer the highest standard of construction with the most modern elements, which we will adapt to the specific needs of clients," emphasizes Jakub Kodr, CTP's sales director for the Czech Republic.

Both new buildings are being built by the developer in such a way that, according to the CTP strategy, they are as sustainable as possible, while aiming to achieve a zero carbon footprint. The halls thus aspire to the highest BREEAM New Construction Outstanding certification. Sustainable elements can be found in all phases of building new halls. Recycled materials were used in the construction, such as aggregate, materials with FSC or EPD certification. Upon completion, the new D8.7B building will feature modern automated LED lights, energy-saving devices, low-emission heating sources, exterior shutters, rooftop photovoltaic panels, and a rainwater tank for flushing. In addition, the hall will stand out with its green facade. In the vicinity, abundant planting of meadow flowers and trees is planned, a retention tank will be used for the life of local aquatic animal species, and there will be a bug den, a lizard den, or UV films on the windows to prevent the impact of birds.

"Our long-term goal is to create a highly modern and sustainable business and logistics zone for Czech and international companies in this locality and thus contribute to the development of the locality and to a higher standard of living of the residents in the adjacent municipalities and cities of the Central Bohemian Region. In addition, CTPark Prague North is one of the most energy-efficient CTParks ever and will offer clients a whole range of features that will help them significantly reduce energy costs," highlights David Chládek, CTP CEO for the Czech Republic.

CTPark Prague North is located 20 km north of Prague and provides high-quality highway access to the center of the capital and the German border via the D8/E55 highway (Prague – Dresden) as well as the international highway network. Václav Havel Airport is a 30-minute drive away.