About the Project

It used to be that bread for all of Prague was baked in Vysočany. That was mostly thanks to the Odkolek family, which is a tradition 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.

The goal of revitalizing the former bakery is to open the location up and create a space where everyone will feel comfortable and safe. Besides different types of flats, new parks, playgrounds, cafés, and a pre-school will be created in the area.

Mixing historical tradition with a modern approach to living is our recipe for a great place to live.

At Metrostav Development, we pride ourselves in building solid, ingenious buildings that further enhance their location. Vysočanský mlýn is no exception.

Project Architects

Vysočanský mlýn was designed by City Work Architects. “We understand the historical value of the location. That is why we plan to preserve the current character of construction and pieces of history themselves, which includes the mill wall, chimney, and administrative building. These elements create a certain identity and a reminder of the original bakery complex,” project architect Juraj Sonlajtner said. One of the reasons to preserve the original architecture is Hubert Gessner, who originally designed the complex. This Czech-born Viennese architect is one of the most renown of the first half of the 20th century.