Lucie Zanášková

Associate, Prague



Lucie Zanášková is an associate of the Prague office and a member of the M&A/Corporate and Real Estate practice groups. In her practice, she advises investors, developers, financial institutions and state entities at various stages of transactions, including real estate and corporate due diligence, joint ventures and acquisitions.

Before joining White & Case in 2020, she worked at CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang, where she assisted in the preparation of transactional documentation, various leasing matters, corporate restructurings, and resolving insolvency.

Bars and Courts
Czech Bar Association
Master's Degree
Charles University, Faculty of Law




Lucie has advised, among others, the following clients:

Generali Real Estate on the sale of City Empiria, an office building located in the Pankrac office district in Prague and the third tallest building in the Czech Republic.

Generali Real Estate on the acquisition and subsequent lease of a residential building at Ke Karlovu street located in Prague.

Generali Real Estate on the acquisition of Retail Park Bucharova in Prague, a prime retail asset in Prague 5 with several international, renowned tenants.

Generali Real Estate on the acquisition of a portfolio of residential buildings in Pilsen, the Czech Republic.

Generali Real Estate with ongoing legal support regarding their investments in the Czech Republic.

Hines, a global real estate investment, development and management firm, managing $83.6 billion investments in 27 countries, on its inaugural investment in the Czech Republic - the acquisition of Eastgate Park, a 39,000 sqm last-mile logistics facility situated in an established industrial zone in Štěrboholy, Prague.

Hines on the acquisition a portfolio of four logistics assets, spanning a total of 65,960 square metres, on behalf of its Hines European Core Fund (HECF), from CPI Property Group, a leading Czech investor and developer.

Českomoravská Nemovitostní, a Czech real estate group focused on long-term investments in commercial real estate, on the acquisition of Zirkon, Apeiron (Ruby) and Corso Karlín, portfolio of three office buildings located in the prime location of Prague – Karlín, a transformed industrial neighbourhood and important business district of the Czech capital.

Red Group, a privately held niche commercial real estate development company active in the Czech Republic for over twenty years, as seller in connection with the divestment of a residential development project in Prague to Crestyl.

Crestyl Real Estate, a leading developer of residential, retail and commercial real estate in the Czech Republic, on its CZK 2 billion sale of the Central Kladno shopping center in Kladno, Czech Republic, to Czech investment group Portiva and Micronix.