Pradiareň 1900 brings office space to Bratislava in the historic building of a former thread factory. It is one of the few national cultural monuments in Bratislava that is coming back to life.
The building, which opened on December 1, 2020, after four years of reconstruction, was crowned with a series of awards in record time: the VISIO 2020 award that was voted on by the public, a CIJ Award in the Best Office Development 2021 category, and it also received an award from the Monuments and Museums magazine for having the most significant activities in the field of Slovak cultural events. On February 1, 2023, the building was awarded BREEAM Outstanding certificate, which is the highest rating for the quality and performance of buildings in terms of energy-efficiency, environmentally friendlliness, and socially responsibility.
Pradiareň 1900 offers 11,790 m2 of category A office space and 3,110 m2 of space for services.
The generous space with open space offices and a usable height of up to 4.8 m meets even the most demanding visions of a representative and practical company headquarters.
A usable height of up to 4.8 m,
the possibility to add
224 parking spaces,
(also for visitors)
A 6 416 m2 courtyard
Electric car charging
Due to its location on the border of the Old Town, Pradiareň 1900 guarantees excellent transport connections with the most important points in Bratislava. The proximity to the bus station and the extended network of public transport stops support trouble-free commuting via public transport. The surroundings of Pradiareň 1900 offer a whole range of public amenities.
History and Interesting Facts
The Pradiareň building is part of the area of the former Uhorská cvernová továreň (Hungarian thread factory), which was founded in 1900 by the foreign firms Salcher & Richter and J. & P. Coats. It was designed by Viennese architects D. V. Junk and K. K. Baurath.
The factory's golden production era lasted until 1949. In the 1960s, the buildings were subjected to insensitive reconstruction, which, among other things, changed some of the typical original architectural elements. At the turn of the millennium, production came to an end and the building began to fall into disrepair.
The reconstruction of Pradiareň 1900, a historical national cultural monument, was undertaken by the property development company YIT Slovakia with the support of the Czech investment group RSJ. It started in the fall of 2018 and lasted four years. Almost the entire building underwent renovation: the roofs, floors, facades and the original cast iron support columns.
Thanks to the gentle approach of the developer and investor, 120 years of history were preserved.
The premises in Pradiareň 1900 are an ideal place to support corporate culture and visual identity. The ingenuity of the environment and its unique, tangible and clearly distinguishable character support employee creativity.
Microsoft’s Slovak branch became the first tenant on December 1, 2020. Part of the premises in the renovated industrial monument was rented by the multinational pharmaceutical company Takeda. In addition, the property developer YIT Slovakia, the company behind the reconstruction of Pradiareň 1900, is located there too, among others.
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