The ALPHA and BETA buildings in Prague’s multifunctional BB Centrum complex, the creation of which is the work of the development and investment company PASSERINVEST GROUP, have received new tenants. More than 9000 m2 of office space has been rented here since last year. Cebia, spol. s r.o., a leader on the market for verifying the origin and history of vehicles and SoftwareONE Czech Republic s.r.o., helping its clients with the administration of their software portfolio, moved into the ALPHA building, while the ČEZ Group significantly expanded their existing spaces here. The BETA building got UPS, the global shipping company, which located its headquarters for Central and Eastern Europe here on a space of more than 1000 m2, and other tenants include Rocket Fuel Czech Services s.r.o., a predictive marketing software company and Puma, the producer of sportswear, which leased more than 700 m2 of offices.
Puma Czech Republic s.r.o., which leased 750 m2 of office space on the fifth storey of the BETA project, is returning to BB Centrum after a number of years spent in Karlín. “We truly appreciate the return of such a significant client as Puma, the successful manufacturer of sportswear and sporting goods, undoubtedly is. For us it is proof that, with its more than twenty years of history, BB Centrum is an attractive, modern and sought-after address,” commented Vladimír Klouda, the Executive Director of PASSERINVEST GROUP, a.s. In addition to Puma, UPS and Rocket Fuel Czech Services s.r.o., the companies HIKVISION Czech s.r.o., a producer of monitoring cameras, UNIPROG SOLUTIONS, a.s., a provider of IT products and services and Timken, a manufacturer of industrial bearings, all also moved into the BETA building.
Last year the ALPHA building underwent a revitalisation of its external and part of its internal spaces. At the current time it is almost 90% full. During the course of this year, Techona s.r.o., which deals with the development and distribution of online gaming interfaces and platforms, Frequentis Czech Republic s.r.o., an international supplier of communication and information systems for air traffic control centres, and the IT company Neoware s.r.o. also located their seats here.