Welcome to Emil Kolben District
Find your new home in the young district of Prague 9 - Vysočany in residential buildings that received the prestigious award of the absolute winner of the Real Estate Project of the Year 2022. The expert jury was impressed by "the quality of the project and its fit into the existing construction, but also by the way it focuses on young people in the form of the use of virtual reality, services for cycling or loft apartments.
The urban housing at Emil Kolben District is based on the foundations of Kolben's technological giant, the CKD company, and refers to it with its technological maturity, low energy standards and emphasis to public spaces. You will live next to a new square with water features, café, shops and services. Move in in autumn 2025.
Convenient financing 10/90
It means you only pay 10% of the price to purchase the apartment, the rest before you move in, in summer 2025.
We offer opportunity without any additional charge on the purchase price.
Finding your new home
Alfred's PENB category A (43), a building with almost zero energy consumption, meets the requirements of the highest mark of the low energy standard buildings. The range of flats from one bedroom to spacious four bedroom will satisfy clients who require good access to transport and city services. With a modern design and first class fittings, each apartment is designed to make the most of the space and natural light.
The smaller apartments are designed for singles and couples, but the building also has a large selection of apartments for families with multiple bedrooms and plenty of space for children.
All apartments have a spacious balcony, which offers plenty of room to place outdoor furniture. Due to their central location, the apartments in Alfred Building are an ideal opportunity to invest in a new home. For search, you can also use the interactive model below.
Project development milestones
Take a virtual tour of Emil Kolben District, Alfred Building, to get a better understanding of your new home.
Emil Kolben Columns
Emil Kolben's distinctive columns are part of the public spaces. These modern sculptures, designed by LAND05 studio in collaboration with artist Matěj Hájek, will be part of the nature trail and provide a reference to the industrial past of the site.
The first of the four Emil Kolben columns commemorating the legacy of the famous entrepreneur and innovator is the sculpture named Rezistor. The artists here deliberately used an old marking for the resistor symbol, which is still used in electrical markings in the United States. It thus refers to a turning point in Emil Kolben's career overseas.
All published visualisations are for illustration purposes only and may differ from the final form of the project in layout, arrangement, colour, appearance, interior or exterior furnishings, or materials used.
Alfred Residential Building
The inspiration for the name of the new house came from Kolben's younger brother Alfred, also an engineer and inventor, who, according to surviving information, was the closest of the siblings to Emil.
In the context of the new urban district, it is a key building that will become the centrepiece of the project. The west side reveals a quiet courtyard full of greenery with benches for relaxation and work, while the east side will create a beautiful tree-lined promenade that will provide an ideal space for daily walks.
Completed residential buildings
In the first phase of the Emil Kolben district, which is situated near Zahrádky Park, there are three more intimate buildings, Lilly, Greta and Malvína, named after the wife and daughters of the great industrialist. The smaller northern seven-storey building is named after Kolben's grandson Jindřich. The neighbouring fourteen-storey L-shaped building is named Hanus after Kolben's son.