The Praga Project in Hostivař has obtained an EIA permission
The residential complex Praga near the Hostivař water reservoir received a positive EIA (Environmental Impact Assessment) report from the Prague City Hall on the impact on the environment. Over time, there will be a new residential area with some 1000 new high quality flats from small 1kk to large flats 4kk in several implementation stages.
Prague, February 23, 2018 - The prepared housing complex Praga near the Hostivař water reservoir received a favourable EIA report from the Prague City Hall on the impact on the environment. The territory of the former Praga area is located on the border between Prague's 10th and 15th districts, with extraordinary potential for transformation into a full-fledged city district. Gradually, there will be a new residential area with some 1000 new high-quality flats from small 1kk to large flats 4kk in several implementation stages. Currently, project documentation for territorial management is being prepared.
The project will be a cultivated public space that we consider to be an integral part of quality housing. This is particularly the street area with trees, with adjacent public and semi-private green spaces, which pass into greenery belonging to individual residential houses. Appropriate local conditions make it possible to use areas with a minimum internal traffic load. The new residential area will be built to provide the most versatile comfort and variability in terms of pedestrian movement and permeability and will be designed for housing the broadest age and social spectrum. For individuals and childless couples of all ages and for full family housing, including premium apartments near the park in the south-eastern part of the territory. There will also be several playgrounds within the territory.