The green island among Prague's districts has flourished in terms of its beauty in recent years. Libeň, framed by the Vltava River, accompanied by the quieter Rokytka, reawakens the spirit of the prose of Bohumil Hrabal, who lived a large part of his life here. Just as Libeň is indelibly inscribed in his work, the traces of the world-famous writer are still visible in this Prague district with the essence of a small town.
The old and the new in Liben are united into one harmonious whole, as evidenced by the Residence above Koráb. The newly renovated interwar apartment building is moored in close proximity to a park called Pod Korábem, on the northern slope of Libeň. Like a sailing ship soaring on the corner of Konšelská and Lindnerova Streets, offering a comfortable environment for modern life.
With respect to the legacy of the First Republic and the influence of the famous architectural studio of Alois Vavrouš, it attracts people to live in a pleasant and quiet part of Prague full of greenery in harmony with the intimate character of the building.