What did you ask most often?

The public participation included a number of activities aimed at raising awareness of the project and involving the public and all key actors in the area in planning the transformation of the site. The most frequent questions were related to the amount of greenery, the environmental impacts of the project, the solution of cycling, automobile and public transport, the creation and development of public spaces.


The buildings will be two meters lower than the original plan


The buildings in Na Florenci Street will be two meters lower than the original plan.

After consultation with the city, public and civic associations, they will not exceed the current development. In most cases the new development is approximately 1.5 floors lower than the opposite building Florentinum. It is therefore at the same height as the historical development in the street Na Florenci.
The only exception is the tower located in the corner, which defines the newly created square at Masaryk Station and has the function of a local dominant.



People using bicycles on their way to work will not have to worry about where to park their bikes during the day. The new building in Masaryk will have at its disposal a fully equipped bike room, facilities with changing rooms and showers. Additional bicycle racks will also be added to public places in Na Florenci Street.

Renewable resources


In the Czech Republic about 1,000 kWh of solar energy per square meter hits the ground every year. The Masaryk Project also counts on the use of renewable resources - facilities for the acquisition and further use of solar energy will be located on the roof of the building. Alternatively we consider collectors for domestic hot water and photovoltaic panels for electricity generation. Acquired energy or. hot water will be used further throughout the building.

Water usage


Did you know that about 55 % of the water used is drained into the sewer? Gentle handling of drinking water is one of the standards of the Masaryk project. Water consumption will be solved by capturing and managing rainwater from roofs. We will use it for irrigation and flushing of toilets.

Masaryk LEED Platinum


Masaryk LEED Platinum.

Our project meets the strictest LEED certification criteria and will strive for the highest LEED Platinum certification. Such buildings have lower operating costs, produce less waste, consume less energy and water, have a healthier indoor environment for users, and produce less harmful emissions.


Greenary above the railway yard of the Masaryk Station.

The above-ground platform will be largely covered with lawn, bushes, trees and flowers. Thanks to SŽDC's project “Modernization and completion of railway station Praha Masarykovo nádraží”, there will be additional greenery that will help to improve the microclimate in the center of Prague. At the same time, the entire platform will collect rainwater and reuse it for watering.


The project also takes into account an area of ​​2 500 m2 of green roofs and 900 m2 of vertical greenery on the facades. Green roofs and facades absorb sunlight, improve the microclimate of the surroundings, cool the building and its surroundings, and last but not least disrupt the formation of thermal islands. The difference in temperature between these surfaces and conventional buildings is over 55 degrees!