"Delta Real Estate" is planning to build in Leskovac a residential and business complex and a hotel on 6.110 m2, at the lot of 14.266 m2. As the company project implies, facilities will have different number of floors, will comprise ground floors, a mezzanine and 4 to 6 floors, the company exclusively says for "eKapija".
"Delta" is planning to build the complex on the location of Leskovac fair so new flats and a hotel should be constructed instead of famous "Sajkaca". The author of the project is Andjela Nikoli, a young architect in the team of "Delta Real Estate".
- With this solution we got through the analysis of location potential, 21.700 m2 (gross developed area) of residential space would be built which contain human residence conditions, approximately 8.383 m2 of business facilities within residential facilities and additional 1.014m2 within the hotel- " Sandra Bordjoski, an architect at "Delta real estate" says for eKapija.
the project totals EUR 18, 6 m. A total of 260 families could find a home, the number
of flats on 30 to 125 m2 will be built. The investor says final structure of
flats will be defined in further project development taking into consideration
- The hotel comprises 3.000 m2, without commercial facilities in the ground floor and mezzanine. The hotel will have 65 rooms on 5 floors. There will also be additional facilities such as conferne halls, restaurant, a spa and fitness center – our collocutor explains.
Future residents should not even
worry that much since the project comprises 82 parking places outdoor while the
largest number of places would be provided in the underground garage with 336 places.
"Delta Real Estate" says that there are preparation works, project documentation development and permits issuances precede the construction and then the works can start immediately.
Is it possible to keep "Okrugli paviljon" at the location?
According to the finding and opinion of court expert, value of essential works to make the Okrugli paviljon functional would total EUR 1.525.000 without VAT. The report states that "there is no financial base of individuals to invest in rehabilitation of the facility without the support of the state-owned administration." Therefore, the solution does not imply keeping existing facilities at the lot, "Delta Real Estate" concludes.
Until 1990, Leskovac fair had a license for organizing international fairs and the most famous was "Mestem" – "The international fair of textiles and textile machines" which used to gather hundred exhibitors of former Yugoslavia from abroad.