Apartments, Prague 4 – Pankrác

ID: 0273

List of flats

Flat ID Floor Disposition Size Terrace Parking Price Status PDF
V5A 5 NP 2+kk 58.3 sqm 23.4  sqm Yes 25 000 000 CZK For sale Download
V6A 6 NP 2+kk 61.5 sqm 25.3  sqm Yes 20 000 000 CZK For sale Download

ABOUT

The V Tower project is a thirty-storey, 104-metre high residential building that contains 130 apartments at Pankrácká pláň. The architectural design comes from the workshop of architect Radan Hubička and is at present the tallest apartment building in the Czech Republic, providing a whole new level of housing and a wide range of services.

The two non-residential studios on the 5th and 6thfloors of the eastern tower are home to the main space in the studio, with kitchenette, one room and a separate bathroom. The large window that covers the whole of the eastern part of the apartment lets in plenty of daylight and also provides access to a spacious terrace. Each apartment comes with a garage parking space, while studio V5A also has three spaces reserved for motorbikes.

There is a unique and wide range of services on offer to residents. In addition to the 24/7 reception, these services include minor repairs in apartments, watering plants, collecting post, dry-cleaning, regular cleaning in apartments, washing windows, etc. There is a club level in the building that is home to a generous SPA and wellness zone, with sauna, steam room and whirlpool, pool, gym and other areas designed for children and for business meetings. What is more, there is a private cinema in the building, a golf simulator, a fast-charging point for electric cars and a room for washing bikes and pets.

  • lift
  • parking
  • fitness, golf
  • swimming pool, wellness
  • reception 24/7
  • finished in 2018

LOCATION – Prague 4, Pankrác

Pankrácká pláň is a unique location: plenty of greenery and parks, but all the time in the centre of business events thanks in proximity to administration buildings and the Arkády Pankrác shopping centre. Sought-after Czech and international schools such as Nový PORG and The Prague British School can be reached by car in only ten minutes, while the city centre can be comfortably reached by taking the Prague arterial road or on line C of the Metro.

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