About the project
The unique architecture of the world-famous Zaha Hadid architects studio creates new attractive buildings, regenerates the brownfield belonging to Masaryk Railway Station and brings a new quality of everyday life to the city center.
The generous public piazzeta in front of the first Zaha Hadid building with a signature façade will provide access to the new retail concept, which we will open in the newly built buildings on Na Florenci street.
Both Zaha Hadid buildings will have several office floors and two floors of retail with perfect access from the street, from the train platforms and also from the elevated roof with its own park landscaping.
- 2011 Penta Investments acquires a majority stake in MSD from ING Real Estate
- 2013 In the brochure ´Naděje´ other studies of the revitalization of the Masaryk Railway Station area appear
- 2014 MSD obtains a planning permit for the reconstruction of Na Florenci Street
- 2015 Office building Na Florenci
- 2016 MSD buys the first plot of land along Na Florenci Street (10,300 m2) for CZK 235 million
- 2020 Preparation and commencement of construction
Zaha Hadid Buildings 01 + 02
The buildings designed by architects Zaha Hadid from London will become flagship among Penta Real Estate's projects. Completion of these unique buildings is planned for the middle of 2023 and will be ready for move-in in June 2023. Both buildings will offer highly functional two-story retail spaces.
The hotel building at the intersection of Hybernská Street and U Bulhara will supply the Masaryčka area with additional retail and especially accommodation capacity. The shopping arcade in the atrium of the hotel will be connected to the elevated roof with park landscaping above the tracks and will provide a pleasant atmosphere at this busy crossroads.
A unique elevated roofing and new public space for Praguers
The elevated park above the railway station will significantly simplify the connection between Prague 1, Prague 3 and Prague 8. The roof design reflects the city's flow of people between Na Florenci Street, Hybernská Street and the busy U Bulhara intersection and will provide a beautiful public space with park landscaping. It combines sidewalks and piazzas with zones for relaxation and social use. All communications will be designed with the comfort of people with different levels of mobility in mind.
Masaryk railway station
Penta Real Estate and Czech Railways are jointly reconstructing the Masaryk Railway Station hall. This regeneration of the unique historic hall will be fully completed in within the year 2021. Most of the work has been already completed and we are currently finishing the remaining retail units and a new restaurant, which will be opened in spring 2021.