Arandjelovac to Get Shopping Center in South Industrial Zone – 14 Outlets, as Well as Space for Organization of Events, to Be Featured on Over 10,000 m2

Source: eKapija Monday, 09.01.2023. 09:39
(Photo: Printscreen/Urbanistički projekat/Projektni biro Plan)
Niksen Real Estate from Belgrade plans to build a shopping center with a restaurant and a car-wash in Arandjelovac.

– The location of said project is around 5 km east from the center of Arandjelovac, located in the South Industrial Zone, along the IIB-grade state road 368, Arandjelovac-Banja-Topola, between the “Univerzum” brick factory and the “Zapis” printing plant – says the urban project prepared by Projektni Biro Plan from Arandjelovac.

The purpose of the preparation of the urban project is the urban planning-architectural development of the location for the construction of a shopping center. The aim of the preparation of the urban project is to determine urban planning and other conditions for the development and construction of a shopping center in said location.

The total area covered by the urban project is: GPA = 2 72 98 m2. There are no built facilities on said cadaster parcels.

(Photo: Printscreen/Urbanistički projekat/Projektni biro Plan)
– In line with the possibilities and the needs of the investor, a phase-based construction of the shopping center facility is possible. The construction of around 2/3 of the area of the shopping center is planned in the 1st phase, as well as a restaurant building with a patisserie, a car-wash, a substation and an ad pole. The 2nd phase of the construction would consist of the remaining part of the shopping center, around 1/3 of the area up to the full planned capacity of the facility – the urban project clarifies.

The construction of the following facilities is planned within the building parcel:

1. Shopping center, as a ground-floor building
2. Restaurant and patisserie, as a ground-floor building
3. Car-wash, as a ground-floor building
4. Substation, as a ground-floor building
5. Ad pole

A total of 235 parking spaces are secured within the project.

The planned shopping center facility is free-standing, with a base shaped as an irregular Cyrillic letter “P”, so that an interior yard, or a semi-atrium, is formed, through which entrances to the outlets are planned. Parking is planned within this space, and the space is also planned to occasionally serve as a place for the organization of events of various types, from turning the space into an open retail space to turning it into a live-show space by setting up a pre-fabricated stage.

(Photo: Printscreen/Urbanistički projekat/Projektni biro Plan)
Within the facility, 14 outlets of various areas are planned, with warehouse spaces and toilets. An administrative space with two offices, a meeting room, a tea kitchen and a warehouse, female toilets, a space for changing babies’ diapers, a toilet for disabled people and male toilets are planned. The users of the center will be able to access the toilets through a passageway. Entrances to warehouse spaces are planned form the bordering traffic route, which follows the dimensions of the facility.

The gross area of the shopping center amounts to 11,261 m2 (1st phase + 2nd phase = 7,191 m2 + 4,069 m2), and the net area is 10,935 m2 (1st phase + 2nd phase = 6,984 m2 + 3,950 m2). The facility is planned as a ground-floor structure. The height of the facility is 6.5 m.

S. T.

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