The new Prague district right next to the Želivského metro station will offer modern living on the outside with thoughtful layouts on the inside and an emphasis on every detail. By adding thoughtful surroundings and civic amenities, a good location on Vinohradská will turn into a great address for life, work and leisure.
The location of Hagibor is exceptional. It is located on the border of Vinohrady and Strašnice, right next to the Želivského metro station, close to tram and bus crossings. In a few minutes you are in the Flora shopping center, on Jiřího z Poděbrad Square or in Žižkov. Vinohradská Street connects Hagibor with the center itself and offers a connection to the arteries leading out of the city. The newly emerging two-hectare park and the surrounding greenery will create a wall in front of the bustle of the city. In the first phase of the built residential building, it will complete the administrative part. The final appearance of the city district will give Hagibor a pedestrian boulevard with shops and restaurants, along with public areas with lots of greenery. The appearance of Hagibor will be created by renowned architects from the studios Ian Bryan Architects and Bogle Architects. The most important landscape architect of today, Michael Desvigne, will take care of not only other apartments, who will give face to the public space and connect it with the administrative and residential part so that a harmonious whole is created. The atmosphere of Hagibor is tuned by classical music. The Prague Philharmonia will move its headquarters to it, which together with the multifunctional hall with a capacity of several hundred spectators will add a unique cultural dimension to the new district.