PALLADIUM is a unique mixed-use property in downtown Prague with an outstanding architectural solution combining new with historical. The property is located in the UNESCO protected central district of Prague on former site of military barracks. The history of the site dates back to the 12th century and remains of Romanesque architecture are displayed in the PALLADIUM shopping mall. Developed by EPD, PALLADIUM was a major contribution to conversion of the dilapidated former barracks buildings and re-vitalizing of the adjacent square introducing new shopping experience and creating busy pedestrian city environment. PALLADIUM was opened to public in October of 2007.

PALLADIUM Facts & Figures
·         Land footprint: 13,000 m2
·         Total area:  115,000 m2 spread over 11 floors (five levels below ground, ground floor, five levels above ground)
·         Uses: 
o   40,000 m2 shopping mall on five floors with some 170 shops and 30 restaurants and cafés
o   19,500 m2 of first class office space
o   900 parking lots in the underground garage

Due to its distinctive character, design and architecture, PALLADIUM is highly recognized among architects, designers and real estate professionals and gained number of reputable awards. At the same time PALLADIUM continues to be the most popular one-stop shopping destination in downtown Prague and has been selected several times by the renowned weekly magazine the Prague Post to be the „Best of Prague Shopping Center". 

Selected Awards:
Central & Eastern Europe Real Estate Quality Awards 2007: -Building of the Year,

Best of Realty: -No. 1 in Retail Category,

International Council of Shopping Centers - European Shopping Centre Awards:
-Finalist Certificate in category New Developments Large,

Construction Journal Awards 2007:
 - Best Overall Development;
-Best Shopping Center Development,

CZECH INVEST Awards:
Commercial real estate of the year 2006 - special award in the “Browfields” category

Project Location: Prague, Czech Republic
Area: GBA  APROX 130 000 Sqm
Completion: 2007
Concept Architect:  Marek Tryzybowicz
Design Company: Bose International Planning And Architecture
Images: Bartosz Makowski