A lucky horseshoe for lucky living
On the right bank of the Vltava River in Prague’s Modřany district, on the site of a former sugar refinery and in close proximity to a neighborhood of First Republic villas, four modern apartment buildings will rise as part of the Modřanka Residence project. The buildings’ architecturally fortuitous arrangement in the shape of a horseshoe results in a unique private space for a large grassy atrium with trees and a children’s playground. Modřanka Residence – the ideal place for lovely and enjoyable living.
A vibrant home
Modřanka Residence will be built in several stages and will offer a total of 294 new apartments ranging in size from 30 to 160 m2, with layouts from 1+kk to 5+kk. Some of the units will include glazed loggias, the apartments on the top floors feature large terraces, and the ones on the ground floor will have green front yards. The larger apartments’ orientation in several cardinal directions, combined with the beautiful views of the river and of the sun’s journey across the sky give your home a sense of vibrancy, as does the original design of the buildings’ facades, which was inspired by neoplasticism and the work of famous Dutch painter Piet Mondrian.
The present day in harmony with tradition
Thanks to its architecture and its placement in an original neighborhood, Modřanka Residence offers both an integrated urban design and quality housing in a villa district with all social amenities. You will find all your everyday needs – schools, shops, a post office, restaurants, a movie theater, doctor’s offices, and even a baroque church – within easy reach. Shopping, entertainment and many other services are available at the Novodvorská Plaza shopping center, located no more than 10 minutes away by car.
The city center within reach
Just a few steps from the outdoors and a few stops from town – now that is living at a good address. A bus stop directly in front of Modřanka Residence provides easy transit connections to downtown, a tram stop is a five-minute walk away, and it’s just ten minutes to a train station. In just thirty minutes, you can take public transport to Charles Square or the main train station, following an almost scenic route along the banks of the Vltava River. The local town hall is even planning to renovate the area’s main road, Komořanská Street.