“Prague is endlessly fascinating and diverse, and a crossroad of cultures. It is a city of such physical beauty” - Homes Worldwide, January 2005
Since the fall of the Berlin wall, the Czech Republic, and especially its capital city Prague, has gained a status of a cosmopolitan hub and it is often regarded as the new Paris of old Europe. Its liberal lifestyle yet modern mind set has made it attractive for visitors from all four corners of the world.
Within the city of Prague, district 8 is one of the most up and coming areas, with comparisons often being drawn with successful dockland schemes throughout Europe. Prague 8 borders on the first district and is a natural extension of the bustling city centre. Currently there are massive urban redevelopment schemes throughout Prague 8 in the neighbouring suburbs of Karlin and Liben, with #one being the first large scale residential development in the suburb of Palmovka.
What makes #one unique is its prime location, with the development being built above the existing metro and bus stations. The benefits of this are obvious for working professionals with the historic centre being only 4 stations and 10 minutes away by metro. From the cosmopolitan perspective, not only will #one itself become a destination retail site, but a short stroll away will also be the Liben Docks retail centre with adjoining leisure facilities and waterfront parklands.