The multi-purpose centre Quadrio, on Národní třída already has 93% of its office capacity leased. The real estate group CPI Property Group has recently signed a lease agreement with Cushman & Wakefield and ZENOVA. "Quadrio still has 1,133 m² of office space available on two separate floors with the most amazing views of Prague. At this moment in time, we are in negotiations with specific candidates for the remaining available areas and we expect that by the end of 2016 we could achieve a 100% occupancy," said Pavel Semrád, CPIPG Director of Asset Management for the Czech Republic and Slovakia.
On 15 April, Cushman & Wakefield moved into their new Quadrio headquarters on the fourth and sixth floor with a total area of 2,080 m² of the multi-purpose centre. "Quadrio was the only office project that met our requirements for a well-located and prestigious building with the appropriate modern technology and floor space size. We wanted the building to offer not only an attractive working environment for our employees but also a place of maximum comfort for our clients. The added bonus, is unquestionably the rooftop terrace with its panoramic views of the whole city," says Radka Novak, Head of Office Leasing at Cushman & Wakefield. Quadrio also welcomes a further new tenant, ZENOVA which began a lease of approximately 345 m² on the fifth floor, the company works in the field of facility management.
The multifunctional complex Quadrio, found at a prestigious address with excellent transport and pedestrian access, has enriched the centre of Prague with its offer of offices of the highest standard. Thanks to its position directly above a metro station, its technical parameters, and efficiency, as well as unique panoramic views from the highest floors and its own parking capacity, it is unrivalled in the centre of Prague. Exclusive offices provide tenants with high comfort, modern design, and top quality services in an attractive location directly in the centre of the capital. Other parts of the complex include a shopping centre and luxury accommodation in a separate residential building, meeting the current lifestyle demands of major European cities. The development also significantly contributed to the development of new public spaces. A new square with a café, restaurant, and greenery is freely connected to a system of pedestrian zones, which is dominated by a rotating statue of the head of Franz Kafka by sculptor David Černý. Quadrio has achieved success in a number of competitions, winning awards for best office project and environmentally friendly construction at the 2014 CIJ Awards, while the managers of the CPI Property Group took the even more prestigious Developer of the Year 2014 award. A further award in the category of best offices came at the 2014 Best of Realty competition.