Parking garage at the Regional Authority

The City’s plans to build parking garages are a response to the current lack of parking spaces in the selected locations as well as being guided by the City’s vision of prioritizing eco-friendly forms of transport within Ostrava urban core.

The aim of the city is to develop Park + Ride (P+R) and Park + Go (P+G) services in the central part of the Ostrava metropolitan area in the form of paid parking. Therefore, the city has prepared PARKING GARAGES PROJECTS for which it is looking for developers.

We offer a stable business environment – the City of Ostrava will not support free parking provision in the vicinity. We require developers to respect the already prepared architectural solution and project parameters.


A lack of parking spaces in the vicinity (the city centre and the surrounding area):

    • currently: deficit of 2 000 parking spaces
    • within 10 years: forecast ↑ deficit up to 3 000 parking spaces


  • ↑ demand for parking – reasons:

    • the central municipal district has around 39 000 inhabitants
      • residential zones: parking mainly for residents
      • non-resident parking: demand is much higher than supply
    • the area is home to numerous major companies, institutions, government authorities, and civic amenities
    • current parking areas will become the sites of new buildings
    • vacant spaces will be filled with new buildings of new functions
    • new projects of national/international importance have been prepared/ built within the city centre (a new concert hall, a new modern art gallery)

Parking garage at the Regional Authority

A new multifunctional parking garage on parcels nos. 2634/8 and 2634/47 covering a total area of 9,400 m² in the Moravská Ostrava cadastral area. The vacant lot is located in a built-up area at the Moravian-Silesian Regional Authority. next to 28. října Street = a main arterial road into the city centre with 15,000 cars per day.

The project will provide parking for nearby institutions (the Moravian-Silesian Regional Authority, Tax Authority for the Moravian-Silesian Region, District Social Security Office, City of Ostrava Cultural Centre, P. Bezruč Theatre) and it will also be used by visitors to the city centre.

In the upcoming years the surrounding area will become the site of Ostrava’s new concert hall designed by Steven Holl Architects from New York with capacity of 1,200 – 1,400 people and the Moravian-Silesian Research Library. The arterial road will undergo a complete reconstruction as well (which will greatly improve facilities for cyclists and pedestrians).

Project description

    • design chosen via an architectural competition
    • project documentation currently being drawn up
    • no. of levels: 1 below-ground, 6 above-ground
      • parking for official vehicles/staff from nearby offices and administrative institutions
      • parking for visitors to nearby offices and cultural institutions
    • no. of parking spaces: 679
      • 600 standard parking spaces
      • 20+ spaces for reduced-mobility users
      • 40+ spaces for families with children (and other reserved parking with a larger parking space)
      • 15+ spaces for electric vehicle charging
    • 20+ cycle parking spaces at the ground level; link to the planned cycle path
    • flexible retail outside the garage
    • sports facility on the roof
    • building with eco-features:
      • retention tank (irrigation, service water)
      • central atrium (natural ventilation and sunlight)
      • open concept of facades (elimination of overheating of the surroundings)
      • green roof and surrounding buildings
    • the land is now used as an open parking area (current capacity around 70 spaces)

Civic amenities near the site/selected institutions

Administrative institutions / number of employees/ (within 1 min on foot)

    • Moravian-Silesian Regional Authority: 691
    • Tax Authority for the Moravian-Silesian Region: around 150 * (+around 100 people daily visiting the training facilities in the building)
    • District Social Security Office: 350 (own car park with around 120 spaces – used 50/50 by staff and clients)

City of Ostrava Cultural Centre (3 min on foot)

Petr Bezruč Theatre (5 min on foot)

    • a popular theatre with an exceptional reputation
    • targeted mainly at younger audiences, school/university students
    • capacity: 120-135 (attendances usually reach /and exceed/ the nominal capacity)
    • visits to the Theatre in 2018:
      • total for the year: 19,107
      • average per month: around 1,911

Moravian-Silesian Research Library (1 min of foot)

    • New building of the library
    • 200 parking lot will be lost by the building
    • Completion: 2023
    • Visits to the library: 2,000 (average per day)
    • Own car park: 162 parking spaces (of which 78 for library visitors in underground level, and 84 for others around the building)

Transport access

    • Public transport acces – on foot:
      • „Krajský úřad“ tram stop: 2 min
      • Nová Karolina shopping mall: 4 min by tram
      • Futurum shopping mall: 10 min by tram/bus
    • Bikesharing station – at the site, access to:
        • Nová Karolina shopping mall: 5 min
        • „Masaryk Square“: 6 min
    • Acces to main roads – by car:
        • 28. října Street: at the site
        • Místecká Street: 23 min


You can download the appendices (zip files) HERE.

List of Appendices: Parking garage at the Regional Authority (pdf presentation); Parking Central Ostrava – Offer of land (pdf presentation).

Photo gallery

    • Visualizations of the building were produced by David Kotek and Andrea Jašková from PROJEKTSTUDIO

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