Corso Karlín I

Křižíkova 36a, Praha MAP 15,0 - 15,5 EUR / m2 / month Reserved


Project in indistrial style

Popular location in Karlín hub

Energy intensity C

Property details

5 minutes from metro

Available units

Floor Size Availability Price
Ground Floor 223 m2 Reserved 15,0 - 15,5 EUR/m²/month

Combination of old and new architecture

Working stations sublease from 12 m2 (4.200 CZK/workstation/month/) and offices from 400 m2. 

Taylor made premises in HQ on Landlord's costs.

Designed by the renowned architect Ricardo Bofill, Corso Karlin is a symbol of the new, bright, sophisticated Karlín. The robust, architecturally noteworthy building used to house a ČKD Dukla plant.


The building was transformed into a modern office building in 2002. Corso Karlin now meets all modern standards for office space but has kept its industrial spirit alive.

The result is inspiring office space linking industrial design with modern office space. A total of almost 10,000 sq m office space is divided over ground floor and three upper floors.

Visitors are welcomed through the building´s large, representative lounge and reception. Each floor offers circa 2,300 sq m office space.

Parking and transport accessibility

Ample car parking spaces are situated in the underground parking garage and outside. Corso Karlin is located in the heart of Karlin immediately opposite metro station Křižíková (line B) guaranteeing very good access by public transportation. Moreover, metro station Florenc (line B and C) lies within 1 metro stop, 2 tram stops or just a 5-minute walk away from the property ensuring very good and quick access to virtually all parts of Prague including its main railway stations and other transportation hubs.

Why choose CBRE?

We offer hundreds more offices that are not on the website.

We will arrange a viewing and negotiate the best conditions for you.

We can also arrange building modifications and an architect or designer for you.

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