Corso Court is a modern commercial development situated in Prague 8 – Karlín. The neighborhood is a former industrial district, which has been redeveloped into a vibrant business quarter in central Prague, whilst retaining its industrial character. Corso Court is situated adjacent to a new pedestrian street in Karlín and helps to meet the demand for green office space in the neighborhood. Spanish architect Ricardo Bofill designed the architecturally striking building, which combines glass, steel and arches.
Skanska Property Czech Republic developed the US$ 33 million project, which was constructed by Skanska Czech Republic. Corso Court is Skanska Property’s sixth commercial development in Prague. The 7-story office building offers 17,202 m2 of rentable space in total, with each floor providing around 2,400 m2 of floor space. lasix tablet usage
The ground floor also accommodates a 346m2 restaurant and a 570 m2 retail space that is occupied by a healthy food shop, which promotes locally produced foods. The building includes a three-level underground parking garage for 302 vehicles. Corso Court has an impressive atrium with cantilevered meeting rooms projecting from the walls and a large public urban garden, which can be used for relaxation and work and offers free Wi-Fi connectivity. Skanska, including the national headquarters of several company divisions, occupies approximately half the building. Online travel company Expedia occupies the rest of the building. Tenants moved into Corso Court in November 2015.
Corso Court is designed to achieve LEED Platinum Core and Shell certification. LEED is a voluntary U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) certification process intended to encourage and guide the construction of green buildings. indian brand names of viagra
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