Náměstí Svobody 20

The building in the very centre of the city of Brno offers a combination of administrative and retail space with a total floor area of 2,330 sq. m.

Currently, it is occupied by strong market players such as fashion retailer New Yorker, advisory company PricewaterhouseCoopers and BreadWay bakery.

Freedom Square (Náměstí Svobody), formerly known as the Lower Square, is the largest and oldest square in the historic part of Brno, dating back to the 13th century. The current state of the square dates mostly to the era of a major redevelopment of Brno in the 19th and 20th century. At that time, probably around 1860, the building at number 20 was erected, then as an apartment house with a hardware store run by Eduard Till. The house was owned by the family until confiscation in 1950. After that, a car parts store was created on the ground floor for national company Mototechna.

The building has undergone multiple overhauls, the most notable ones being that from 1930s by architect Norbert Troller and a major renovation in 1998.