Frequentis, a significant tenant of the Alpha building in Prague’s BB Centrum, has expanded and thereby filled the last available square metres of space in this office project. Alpha, built in 2003 according to a design by the architecture atelier Aulík Fišer architekti, underwent the reconstruction of primarily the interiors and the rooftop terrace in 2016. In addition to Frequentis, its permanent tenants include ČEZ, Xerox and Gorenje. BB Centrum is currently offering the last smaller office spaces in the building Budova D and in the Beta and Filaddelfie buildings. In the first quarter of 2020, a further 14,500 m2 off office space will also be available in the completely reconstructed building Budova B.
Alphahas a total of 11,000 m2 of office space on 8 storeys and 400 m2 of retail units on the ground floor of the building, where a cafeteria, PuzzlePasta restaurant and Hájek & Hájková confectionary are open for the public and for tenants. Cultural events have been held in the building lobby since its reconstruction, with the last such event being the Mystery of Glass exhibit.
BB Centrum has long been one of the most sought-after localities, not only for Czech and foreign companies, but also for the inhabitants of Prague 4. This is primarily thanks to the wide variety of restaurants, cafes, playgrounds and cultural and social events. This year the multifunctional complex is celebrating the 20th anniversary from the construction of the first project, the building Budova C.