Development firm CRESCON is introducing its new residential project characterised by luxury living in an intimate setting. The company is to develop a residential building with 8 exclusive apartments in the attractive Prague district of Podolí, in Procházkova Street from which the project, Procházkova 7, gets its name.


How residential building looks like

This is a stand-alone residential building with 5 aboveground floors, comprising 8 residential units and 1 non-residential unit. Two apartments, one two-bedroom (3+kk) and one three-bedroom apartment (4+kk), ranging in size from 92.5 sq m to 119.5 sq m, are located on each floor.


Each apartment has a spacious terrace. A penthouse, with a large roof-top terrace and beautiful views of the surrounding area, extends across the entire fifth retreating floor. The building also has one underground floor which will be used for parking and cellar compartments.


"We consider Podolí an ideal urban residential district which enables us to create luxurious, modern and comfortable living in a location which boasts the complete range of amenities.


This is a pleasant district with older villa and housing developments; the architecture of our project is consistent with that of the district. The tranquil atmosphere of the location coupled with excellent accessibility by car and public transport is sure to attract new residents," says Jan Jerie, director of CRESCON.


Vyšehrad, Vltava River and Podolí swimming pool

The Procházkova 7 is located in a street of the same name on the western slope above Podolská vodárna (Podolí Waterworks), not far from Náměstí Hrdinů with its underground station (C line). Vyšehrad and the River Vltava are within comfortable walking distance.


Podolí swimming pool and various cycle paths are also nearby, inviting an active lifestyle. All the shops and services that people need for comfortable day-to-day living are easily accessible, including post offices, chemists and doctors, public authorities, banks, preschools and primary schools, restaurants and the shopping centre at Pankrác.


Speaking of the development and architecture of the project, Mr. Jerie said: ?In addition to an attractive location, we always focus of top-quality architecture and first-rate craftsmanship. We pay particular attention to meticulous technical design and the quality of the materials used.


The materials used in this project will be of the highest standard, in line with the exclusive nature of the project." The architectural design of the building is in keeping with the surrounding developments and is based on the traditional and prized functionalist architecture of the First Republic.


Its design is modest and elegant, with optimal layout. Its height is in keeping with the surrounding residential buildings. The building's architectural design is by Stanislav Heidler, Master of Architecture, from VHE architectural studio.


Development of project

The Procházkova 7 project now has a valid zoning permit and the project documents for building permission are currently being drawn up. Once this has been issued, a public tender will be announced to select a general contractor and development will then be launched during the final quarter of this year.


Development is due for completion during the first quarter of 2011. The sale of the apartments has just been launched and this is being handled by the developer´s own commercial department.


Development firm CRESCON focuses on the development of residential and commercial buildings, as well as the full-scale development of entire territories. The company pays particular attention to selecting attractive locations, top-quality architecture and first-rate craftsmanship.


During project implementation it guarantees a highly professional approach and customer service of the highest standard. The company is currently preparing over ten projects, primarily in Prague and its immediate vicinity. A new company, established in 2008, CRESCON a.s. has the backing of employees with a wealth of experience.


The company's executive director is from 1.1.2009 Jan Jerie, who held the position of general director of CODECO for a number of years prior to this appointment.