We bet you’ll be surprised by this location hidden in the middle of Vysočany. The smell of freshly baked bread brought people here in the interwar period and now a new neighbourhood is being baked up. This singular complex will now be returned to the map of the city.
It used to be that bread for all of Prague was baked in Vysočany. That was mostly thanks to the Odkolek family, a tradition that has been passed down to the present. This complex well-known to every inhabitant of Prague will now be home to some of the best living in the city, and you can adapt it to your desires. Here you can live the way you want. Everyone will find something for them. Young couples will love our affordable smaller flats, while bigger families can find a safe place to grow.
Mixing historical tradition with a modern approach to living is our recipe for a great place to live.
Vysočany is gaining high quality housing complex with modern civic amenities. The project will progress over three phases. The first stage will offer rental properties. The flats built in this phase have been purchased by the MINT residential fund, which will continue to manage them. The second stage will involve exclusive housing with premium services in the building of the former mill. The British-Czech studio Bogle Architects is behind the design of its revitalisation and completion. In the second stage, two new buildings in the centre of the area will enlarge the mill. The third stage will then involve flats for large families and for people who want to have to live in a truly large space.
In June 2021 the first stage of the residential project Vysočanský mlýn was sold to the institutional investor MINT Investment, who will offer here a total of 241 apartments adapted to the needs of rental housing.
Loft apartments, a roof swimming pool, sauna and fitness room – all belong to this second stage, which includes 188 apartments whose expected completion date is autumn 2025.
218 units of family housing. Sales will begin in Q3 2022, with completion due in autumn 2024.
The area dominated by the historic mill was up to recently an unused brownfield. It’s now being transformed into a place that will bring life to the surrounding neighbourhood. The complex opens up on all sides and will become an intrinsic part of Vysočany. It’s only five minutes to the Vysočanská mass transit stop or to a shopping centre, and another two minutes to municipal offices where you can take care of almost everything you need. Green areas are mere steps away and the surroundings are full of public parks.