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Římská 20 is a modern project, where we are not afraid to use progressive design that is tastefully implemented in historical buildings in the center of Prague.
This project will be completed within 25 residential units, 2 retails, 28 cellars and 15 parking spaces in garage.
The central location is between the National Museum (200 m) and náměstí Míru Square (200m). The quiet one-way road is a great advantage of this project.
In the city center the cosmopolitan life takes place; meanwhile, the Vinohrady area is more oriented for family life.
Nearby, you can find Riegrovy sady Park (350m). This park offers plenty of greenery, sports area, swimming pool, sauna, children’s playground and the popular beer gardens. From here, you will never get bored of the sunset views behind Prague Castle.
Every year, the náměstí Míru Square with its beautiful neo-Gothic Cathedral of St. Ludmila is the venue for many cultural and social events such as: farmer’s markets, Easter and Christmas celebrations. One can experience the city differently through these cultural events.
The newly reconstructed National Museum offers a wide range of collections and exhibitions from natural sciences to specialized areas of social sciences that all can be found from around the world.
200 m Muzeum metro station – lines A and C
200 m Náměstí Míru metro station – line A
300 m I.P. Pavlova metro and tram station – line C
800 m Prague Main Train Station with bus connection to the Václav Havel Airport
The first payment of 20 % of the purchasing price, must be paid within 5 working days from signing the Pre-purchase contract (this amount becomes a part of the final purchase price).
After the official unit approval has been made by the building authority, a down payment of 30% of the purchasing price must be made to the seller’s bank account within 7 working days.
Once the official approval of the unit has been made by the building authority, the remaining amount of 50% of the purchasing price must be paid to the escrow account.
After presenting the original statement from the cadaster of real estate where the buyer is declared the new owner of the property the final amount will be released from the escrow’s account to the seller’s account.
Our goal is to build on the history of the house while using new technologies and timeless design.
All apartments will have underfloor heating with the possibility of individual regulation in each living space.
The completed standards will be of the highest quality - bathrooms with Laufen, Gröhe fixtures and large-format cladding, wooden oak floors suitable for underfloor heating.
Hidden interior doors with a height of 220 cm, new windows with insulating glass, and a complete reconstruction of common areas including: a new elevator and terazzo.
Additionally, there are 3 newly built front gardens, 6 terraces and one garage for 15 cars.
In the basement, there will be cellar compartments ranging in size from 5 sq.m. to 17 sq.m.. This will be an essential storage space for small apartments.
The building offers a diverse and interesting history. Constructor J. Troníček built the 3 story neo-renaissance house in 1874 for residential purpose; and, at the end of twenties, constructor Ing. B. Hollman added two more floors and the building was recreated for functional style.
During the period of the 1st republic, the building was used as a department store. Then, the building was transformed into a sales department, warehouse stock and administrative offices for a company called Mototechna. At the turn of the nineties, the building was bought by a company named Vared and the building was completely renovated and transformed into office space.
Our goal is to return the building to its original residential purpose by using modern technologies to restore back to use. Specifically, by installing insulated windows, underfloor heating, new elevator and more.