When the Galaxie multi-cinema opened in Hájy in the Prague 11 district in 1996, it was the very first cinema of this type in the Czech Republic. It was a big event at the time and the whole of Prague gathered there for the movies. Today, however, the cinema is already closed, and in the place of the old, original cinema, two giant towers of twenty-one floors should be built. But Elenátka is not going to put up with that. In addition, the original plans for the construction of the South City from 1971 included only low-rise buildings there.
In addition, the latest version of the building plan was not even presented to the city district before the investor submitted it to the building authority.
Many locals, including representatives of nearby houses, do not agree with the plan to build high-rise buildings.
They also see problems with traffic or parking, for example. Towers are supposed to have underground garages, but the question is whether there will be enough parking spaces.
Although the developer currently has enough documents up his sleeve that sanctify the construction, the city district of Prague 11 will defend itself by all legal means against the implementation of the project. Jedenátka herself could imagine, for example, a cultural center instead of the former multiplex Galaxie. However, how everything will turn out in the end is still unclear.