15. October 2018
Svoboda & Williams Exclusively Appointed to Sell Apartments in the Orelská 13 Residential Project in Vršovice
Svoboda & Williams was retained on an exclusive basis to broker the sale of apartments in the Orelská 13 residential project: a fully renovated Art Nouveau building in the old part of Vršovice, a few steps from náměstí Svatopluka Čecha square.
In the last decade, the Prague neighborhood of Vršovice gradually transformed itself into a dynamic part of town with a vibrant cultural and social life. The Orelská 13 residential project is continuing this trend. The Art Nouveau building from 1911 with a peaceful courtyard full of greenery was reconstructed according to a study by architect Tereza Čudová Ajmová (www.ta-architektura.cz). Architect Jindřich Starý (www.rangherka5.cz) designed the two atypical attic apartments. All of the improvements are based on the best architectural practices from the early 20th century while meeting the demands of contemporary urban living standards.
The Orelská 13 residence features 15 one-bedroom apartments ranging in size from 40 sq. m. to 58 sq. m., two larger apartments (one-bedroom and two-bedroom) with their own gardens, and two newly built attic apartments with galleries and terraces that face the courtyard. The project also includes a freestanding garden house with a surrounding plot in the courtyard. The units have smart layouts, replicas of original casement windows with insulated glass, replicas of double-wing entrance doors, and central heating. Each apartment comes with a storage unit in the cellar. The building will be completely refurbished, updated, and rewired, a new elevator will be installed, and the common areas and garden will be renovated.
Due to the prevalence of smaller sized apartments, Orelská 13 is ideally suited for individuals and couples who are drawn to and inspired by the unique atmosphere and endless lifestyle opportunities that Vršovice has to offer. The residence is situated on a quiet street just a few steps away from náměstí Svatopluka Čecha square, with a park and the Functionalist church of St. Václav, designed by the legendary architect Josef Gočár. Nearby Moskevská Avenue, which is full of restaurants, cafes, and shops, was revitalized in 2014 and is now the social center of Vršovice. Moskevská is connected to Heroldovy sady park and the reconstructed Rangherka House, also known as the Vršovice Castle, as well as the celebrated Krymská Street, which the The New York Times calls one of the 12 most popular streets in Europe. With its interesting network of cafes, bars, and galleries, it is a unique cultural microcosm.
The apartments will be offered in the white walls state (prior to the completion of the final surfaces) with the exception of the attic units, which will be move-in ready. The handover of the apartments is scheduled for March 2019 (1st phase – 1st to 5th floor), and October 2019 (2nd phase – attic apartments and apartments with gardens).