Masaryčka from Zaha Hadid Architects consists of two unique buildings with magnificent architecture, which together will offer 22,200 sqm of prestigious AAA class office space and 4,700 sqm of premium retail space. This will create a new Prague "high street", which will be also combined with a sophisticated food & beverage concept. Both Masaryčka buildings are aiming for the international LEED Platinum certification.
Part of the complex, which is connected by unique elevated roofing with the park is the original revitalized Masaryk railway station with new retail units and a hotel with five floors of high-class accommodation capacities and approximately 1,100 sqm of retail space.
The first of the buildings will offer 2,500 sqm of retail space and 14,300 sqm of office space. Retail areas of both buildings form a new commercial "high street" in Prague.
The second building will offer 2,200 sqm of retail space and 7,900 sqm of office space. Both buildings are connected to a unique elevated roofing with a park, which connects Prague's Karlín and Žižkov districts with the city center.
The hotel building from Schindler Seko architects will offer approximately 1,100 sqm of premium retail space on three floors, which are all accessible from both the street and the inner atrium, which connects the street and the elevated roofing with the park.
Masaryk Station Hall
The original building of Masaryk Railway Station has undergone a complete revitalization. Since 2016, the retail units that offer passengers the expected standard of today have been continuously replaced and renewed.