Svoboda & Williams Has Brokered the Lease of Non-Residential Space for the Schill Dental Clinic
The Svoboda & Williams real estate agency has brokered the lease of 828 sq. m. of non-residential space for the Prague branch of the Schill Dental Clinic. The private clinic’s new dentist’s offices are located in the innovative, low-energy Main Point Pankrác building.
“I first met with Dr. Schill in 2011 when he was considering expanding his clinic to Prague. In 2016, the Schill Dental Clinic contacted us again about their plan to establish a new, supermodern dental clinic in a busy and popular area that would be easily accessible to new and current clients. We presented the clinic’s representatives with several options in the center of Prague and in the district of Prague 4. The company chose the Main Point Pankrác administrative building for the high quality of its facilities and services as well as its location close to many businesses and to the metro. PSJ INVEST, the company that leased out the space, met all of Schill Dental Clinic’s demanding technical and medical requirements, which was also a significant deciding factor,” says Jaroslav Waldhauser of Svoboda & Williams.
The Schill Dental Clinic operates private dental clinics in Slovakia and the Czech Republic. Next to Prague, where it opened in 2013, it has branches in Bratislava and Žilina, and is currently planning the opening of a clinic in Košice. The company’s goal is to provide outstanding and complex dental care using the latest technologies, such as the CEREC® system that allows dental crowns to be created while you wait, digital X-rays, and computer tomography, in a stylish dental clinic with a relaxed atmosphere reminiscent of a cafe.
The Main Point Pankrác building, designed by the DAM architects studio, boasts a distinctive textured facade and a unique floor plan in the form of five rounded triangles. Low-energy and planning to achieve LEED Platinum certification, it uses recently patented Japanese technologies to eliminate smog and other pollutants from the surrounding atmosphere. The roof is designed to include an accessible garden with mature trees and shrubs. Offering a total of 24,500 sq. m. of office and commercial space and 406 underground parking spaces, it stands only a few steps from the Arkády Pankrác shopping center and a metro station in a neighborhood with a full spectrum of civic amenities that is easily accessible from the center of Prague.