DBK Budějovická Praha

Budějovická 1667, Praha MAP 16 500 m2 60 units


In the wider centre of Prague

Strategic position

Energy intensity G

Anchor tenants


Traditional centre in a modern guise

The DBK Budějovická is a shopping centre with a rich history. The centre was opened in 1981 as a House of Housing Culture and focused mainly on the sale of furniture. In the early 1990s, IKEA entered the market, building its first showroom here. In the mid-1990s, IKEA moved out and the building was subsequently operated as a department store in the Prior network. In 2006, the centre underwent reconstruction and modernization, which reflects the current needs of customers.

Premises for rent in Prague 4

The DBK shopping centre is located in Prague 4, close to the busy Budějovická, Olbrachtov and Antal Stašek streets. The centre is very well accessible both by car and public transport. In front of the building there is an entrance to the metro line C and a bus stop with several lines. DBK Budějovická is an attractive place for renting commercial space.

A diverse range of tenants

DBK Budějovická offers shops that are ideal for everyday shopping. The centre includes Billa supermarket, dm drogerie markt drugstore, pharmacy, health and organic food stores or Tescoma household goods. Marks & Spencer, Fann, C&A, Pet Center, Luxor, Baťa, Klimatex and many others are also present. Of course, there are accompanying services: fitness centre, shoe repair, florist, insurance company and copy centre.

Are you interested in renting a shop in Prague 4, but DBK Budějovická does not meet your requirements? Take a look at our offer in this location.

Why choose CBRE?

We know the retail market and customer needs in detail.

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

We know the latest trends and technologies and we can help you implement them.

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