Spaceti, a proptech firm focused on property digitisation, has taken up the last unit in the office section of the Quadrio. Owned by CPI Property Group, the Quadrio is a multi-purpose scheme located at a prestigious address in Prague with excellent pedestrian and transport access. Cushman & Wakefield facilitated the office space lease.
Radka Novak, Partner and Head of the Office Agency Team, says: “Quadrio is a very successful multi-purpose project by CPI Property Group with premium offices in the city centre. The supply of this type of premises on the Prague office market is not abundant, so we are happy to have been able to facilitate the lease for the companies. As the companies’ profiles indicate, the multi-purpose scheme has a very diverse tenant mix ranging from international groups with many years of tradition to promising start-ups in the newest industries.”
Pavel Semrád, Head of the Asset Management Division at CPI PG for the Czech Republic and Slovak Republic, adds: “Our goal is the satisfaction of our customers, who newly include Spaceti. We are very happy to provide background for the technology start-up and provide top-tier services to the company.”
Spaceti’s move to a premium address in the Quadrio in central Prague illustrates the fact that Czech start-ups have been very successful, primarily in technological fields, and proptech – digital technologies for buildings – is a global trend that will soon show strongly on the Czech market. According to Re:Tech, the total amount invested in proptech start-ups on a global scale was 12.6 billion dollars in 2017. Spaceti will use the premises in the Quadrio for its head office and also as a showroom for customers and trade partners who wish to use digital technologies for greater comfort and better functioning of buildings for their users.
Max Verteletskyi, CEO of Spaceti, says: “For Spaceti, moving to a premium address in the Quadrio proves that as a young company we are going in the right direction. This is an opportunity for us to show the possibilities for cooperation between proptech start-ups and major real estate players, and not just in terms of digitisation but also in promoting well-being in buildings, which is on the rise in the Czech Republic.”