City centre living with an artistic touch – available from July 2021
Janáčkova Street is named after the world-famous locally born composer Leoš Janáček, and the name gives a good idea of the vibrant cultural life in this part of the city centre, which includes the Janáček Conservatory and the Plato art gallery – temporarily located in a former DIY store, but soon to move into brand-new premises at the historic city slaughterhouse complex, which is currently undergoing a bold new conversion to create an exciting new cultural hub.
This new seven-floor apartment building showcases a fresh modern style. Located close to the heart of the city centre, it offers 26 apartments with the following layouts (all apartments have the kitchen incorporated into the main living area):
The building is divided into a residential part (from the 2nd to the 6th floor) and a technical area (on the ground-floor level), which contains parking spaces and storage units for each apartment. There is also a basement area with utilities infrastructure.
The new building has been designed to complement the surrounding structures (between Janáčkova St. and Pobialova St.); it forms the corner section of a city block.
Parking facilities will include 10 spaces outside the building, 6 spaces in the courtyard area, and 17 spaces in the car park of the former Bauhaus DIY store.
Masná Street (connecting Kolejní St. with Stodolní St.) will be extended as far as Janáčkova St., giving access to new buildings which will complement the existing urban fabric. The Janáčkova Street apartments offer modern city centre living. Access by car and by public transport is easy. A short distance away is the trolleybus stop “Konzervatoř” and the tram stop “Stodolní”.
The historic heart of Ostrava city centre is only a short walk away.
Nearby institutions and amenities include the Janáček Conservatory, the Plato art gallery, the historic former municipal slaughterhouse complex (currently the subject of a bold conversion project which will create an exciting new cultural hub) and the popular entertainment quarter of Stodolní Street.
Trolleybus stop “Konzervatoř”: 102, 103, 104, 105, 107, 108, 109, 112
Tram stop “Stodolní”: 1, 2, 6, 8, 11, 14, 18
Railway stop “Stodolní”
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*Minimum rent price for the apartment. Interested parties submit a bid for the rent price they are willing to pay. The party that submits the highest bid is selected as the tenant (provided that they meet all the conditions for tenancy). For more information see Q/A