PALLADIUM was built on the grounds of the former Jiří of Poděbrady barracks on Republic Square. For example, Josef Kajetán Tyl served here, who wrote the words to the song Where My Home Is, which later became the Czech national anthem. At the beginning of the nineties, a competition was announced for the sale of the property, its reconstruction and completion. The winner was the development company European Property Development. Construction began in May 2005 and on October 25, 2007 PALLADIUM was officially opened to the public. In 2015, the Hamburg company Union Investment bought the building.
The office part of the PALLADIUM building holds the world's most widespread BREEAM certificate, which comprehensively evaluates the quality of the building in 10 categories: energy, health and indoor environment, innovation, land use, materials, management, pollution, transport, waste and water. BREEAM has a five-level rating scale, and PALLADIUM achieved an Excellent grade in Asset Performance and a Very Good grade in Building Management.
The offices in the historic center of Prague have a strategic location with excellent accessibility, where we will always have our clients and partners close at hand!