About the project
Building your new home

Arcus City offers comfortably designed and quality housing in elegant low-rise houses with gardens, balconies and terraces, with well-thought-out layouts of 1+kk (one room with kitchenette) to 4+kk (four rooms with kitchenette), cellars and parking spaces in the basement. When preparing the project, we considered the needs of individuals, couples, families with children, the elderly, investors, all future clients who are looking for a home in a pleasant location in Prague, with landscaped green areas, sports facilities, playground, shops and services. Arcus City is a great home for your fresh start and a place where you spend quality time with your family, meet new friends and experience new adventures!

Arcus City is being built in three phases, offering a total of 278 apartments, 10 family houses and 5 retail units. Phases 1 and 2 of the project are under construction. Phase 1 with 150 apartments is scheduled for completion in the second half of 2023. In phase 2, 63 apartments and 5 retail units are built. Project Timber Praha presents the first wooden multi-floor apartment buildings in Prague. The chamber-style apartment buildings contain 62 flats with layouts one bedroom to four bedrooms and sizes from 39 m² to 110 m². The project is implemented with BREEAM ecological certification.

architect's goal

Ing. arch. Oleg Haman

„The goal of the project was to create its own home environment where residents of different age groups will live and create their own community with facilities. This consists of a semicircle with a plaza where there is a high-rise building with several shops, sports facilities and space for a restaurant. There is a bus stop in the middle, which makes it easy for residents to connect directly with the surrounding areas and downtown Prague. This entire residence is connected by a pedestrian path along the upper edge of Řepora, including a bike path. The semicircle is a British urban planning tradition that is materialized in a different form. The semicircle also creates safety, a boundary and sense of belonging,” said the project's chief architect Ing. arch. Oleg Haman.