PSN has purchased more than 550 blocks of flats in Prague, most of which it extensively reconstructed. It is currently implementing the following residential projects: Champagne House, Dejvice House, Club Ocean, Rezidence U Pekaře, Císařského pluku, U Vyšehradu, Vinohrad, Letná, Oktagon, Flora and Moderna. PSN owns interesting historical houses on Pařížská, Břehová and Nerudová streets in Prague, among others.
PSN also owns several non-residential buildings in which it leases more than 90 000 m² of office and retail space. It built an office building on Wenceslaus Square in Prague and in the same area invested in Hotel Evropa, which is currently undergoing overall reconstruction. Other interesting office buildings owned by PSN are Tančící Dům on Rašínovo nábřeží, Albatros on Národní třída, PSN House (formerly Merkuria), Pražačka (formerly Imados), the Zálesí complex, Rokytka and others.
PSN has invested into several industrial complexes and buildings in Prague, where it leases more than 120 000 m² of warehouse and production space on land with a total area of 360 000 m². The most significant industrial buildings that PSN owns and operates are the Ringhofferova complex in Zličín (formerly Siemens), the former Microna building at Čs. exilu street in Modřany and the complex of the former Inklemo cooperative in Jarov.