The shopping center Belgrade Plaza in Visnjicka Street in Belgrade, valued at about EUR 80 million, will be one of the three largest shopping centers in Belgrade that employs 1,500 people.
Rabia Schihab, the general manager of the Israeli company Plaza Centers Serbia, said that, "this is currently the biggest building site for retail space in Serbia," occupying a surface area of 61,000 square meters, 32,300 of which would be turned into retail space on three levels, with the view of the Danube.
- We have promised to bring new international companies to enter the market of Serbia and find their place here because last year we got a building permit for Belgrade Plaza thanks to the open door policy of the City of Belgrade - he noted.
Belgrade Mayor Sinisa Mali says that, "this project completely changes the look of this part of Belgrade, the Palilula borough, because instead of a deserted and old factory, we will obtain a beautiful shopping center by the end of May 2017."
Mali has also announced that the new shopping center and the construction of residential and recreational center at Ada Huja will make Belgrade "much more attractive."
Israeli Ambassador to Serbia Joseph Levy has assessed that Serbia and its capital "are particularly interesting to Israeli investors."
The land lot where this shopping center is being built is on the site of the former factory Sport Star at 84 Visnjicka Street in Karaburma. Construction of the retail complex Belgrade Plaza commenced July 2015, and it is expected to end in early 2017.
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