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13. 12. 2017

Christmas market with St. Nicholas and devil

We'd like to invite you to Christmas market , which will take place on Wednesday 6.12.2017 from 16:00 PM on Walter Square. Children can look forward to the treat from devil and St. Nicholas, adults for hot drinks and Christmas snacks. The invitation is valid for you and your families. Come and enjoy the Christmas atmosphere together!

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The administrative building Aviatica is the first project of the extensive Waltrovka development and is located in the south-eastern corner of the site alongside Radlická street. The building has a total capacity of 27,000 sqm gross leasable areas and besides modern office space of A-class standard it also offers retail services such as supermarket, drugstore, tobacco shop and others. Aviatica offers flexible office layout in high standard with the latest technology comfortable for the user and environmentally friendly. Building Aviatica won a number of prestigious international awards, including the development of 2015 in the Czech Republic, but also throughout Central and Eastern Europe.


Waltrovka complex is located on the site of a former Walter Motors factory founded by Josef Walter in 1911. Car production in the factory started in 1913, and it included a number of successful generations of cars and engines of Walter brand. The biggest production boom happened between the world wars, when the factory produced various types of aircraft engines. After second world war the factory was nationalized and renamed to Motorlet. Until 1989 the factory produced a number of licensed Russian engines, but also engines of own production. In those days the factory employed over 1,500 people. In 1995 the company returned to its former name Walter a.s.. However it did not mean at the same time the return to its boom days and glory. Unfortunately the factory did not manage to be self-sufficient from the production and financial perspectives. In 2005 Irish development company Red Group bought Waltrovka with the idea of developing a large office and residential complex. There were partial demolition works carried out on the Waltrovka site and the historical building M3 was refurbished for office use. However further development plans of Red Group have not been realized and in September 2012 the whole Waltrovka complex was purchased by Penta Investments with the aim to revitalize this extensive area and to create a new modern city district in this dynamically developing part of Prague.


The technically perfect aircraft engines known all over the world have been an inspiration for architectural solutions used in the project represented by the top-class architecture and high standard of quality, which aims to satisfy all aspects of modern life. The name of the project also corresponds with the attractive design of the buildings, characterized by rounded and elegant shapes, and altogether it evokes feelings of freedom and lightness, which can be enjoyed by the future occupiers.


The developer of the project is the Czech-Slovak investment group Penta Investments, which was founded in 1994, focusing on investments in private equity and real estate. In real estate development Penta has been active since 2005 and currently realizes its projects in the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Poland. In 2013 Penta successfully completed the administrative building Florentinum in Prague, which has received numerous awards both by the real estate experts and has proved very popular among its tenants including Penta itself. Penta has the ambition to build on its successfully completed projects and with the help of currently planned large-scale projects to become a leader in the quality real estate development in the office and residential sectors.