Last year’s construction boom in Belgrade was apparent everywhere. In various parts of the city, especially in New Belgrade, streets have been turned into construction sites, which, as times goes by, will change the look of those areas.
We highlight the 10 stories that drew the most attention when it comes to real estate.1. Skyline Belgrade
Skyline Belgrade is situated in one of the most prominent locations, in Kneza Milosa Street. The complex consists of three towers, a central business tower and two residential towers. In March 2020, we wrote about how fast the construction of this residential-business complex was progressing
, and Tower A has already welcomed its first tenants. Last autumn, it was already clear that it would become a new symbol of Belgrade
The largest indoor private pool in the city
was announced as well, and the construction of a new business tower
, worth EUR 73 million – Skyline Omnia, which will be 132 meters tall – began in November.
The investor in the project is AFI Europe Srbija, which has been present in the Serbian market since 2005, with projects such as Airport City Belgrade and Central Garden.2. Delta House and New Belgrade business tower
The foundation stone for Delta House
in New Belgrade was laid down in February 2020. This means an additional 23,000 m2 of A-class office space in this part of the city. The investment is worth EUR 40 million. The building will have 23,000 m2, and of the total of 11 floors, two will be common space, four will be taken up by the business seat of Delta Holding, and five are to be leased.3. BW Terraces – Belgrade Waterfront
The construction of the BW Terraces residential building began in March 2020
. Belgrade Waterfront and the local construction company Starting announced the beginning of the cooperation at the time. They announced a unique architectural solution, dominated by spacious balconies.4. Beogradjanka – new investments
Marera Properties announced in September that it would be the new owner of the Belgrade Palace business tower
, better known as Beogradjanka. The acquisition pertained to an office space of close to 20,000 m2.
Since 1974, when it was raised, the Belgrade Palace has not gone through any significant reconstruction project. Marera Properties has obliged to make an additional investment of EUR 8 million and to realize the works on the facility within three years.5. Old Airport congress center and tower with 35 floors, New BelgradeAnother tower, featuring 35 floors, might be built in New Belgrade, within the Old Airport congress center
. The preliminary design was prepared by the architectural studio Velegrad from Belgrade.
The planned gross area of the congress center is around 80,000 m2, and the tower is supposed to have 35 floors and be around 144 meters tall. The preliminary design envisages three underground levels of around 30,000 m2.