The new management building of Delta Holding
took the ninth spot
, and the construction should begin in 2019. The investment is worth a total of around EUR 35 million, and EUR 2.5 million will be paid to the City of Belgrade in various fees and costs of issuing permits. The design is completed, and the interior is the work of Paris-based Studio S. The new Delta Holding office building will be located in New Belgrade, between Hotel Crowne Plaza and the Genex apartments. The building’s design follows the latest global standards. According to expectations, the project will employ 300-500 workers a day. Modern solutions are featured in this project, and certain elements will be implemented in one such large project for the first time in Serbia.
Stattwerk’s green building in Zeleni Venac
dropped from the previous year’s second spot to number ten
. The building of the former Beobanka has a new owner can finally be expected to get a new purpose as well. The first green-façade high-rise in Serbia will have a total area of over 30,000 sqm, and the green facades will take up over 2,700 sqm. In addition to vertical green facede systems, the exterior of the facility will feature additional greenery. The roofs of around 2,600 sqm in total will also be green.
The first project outside of Belgrade on our list is Novi Nis (New Nis), which placed 11th
. The investor in this project is the American company Clean Earth Capital
. The foundation stone for this luxury residential-office complex was laid in the spring of 2016. Two years later, the works in this neighborhood are well on their way. The buildings are slowly being raised, and the first residents should move in by the spring of 2019.
The 12th spot
belongs to the project of Zepter Group and their Chinese partners in the Block 65 in New Belgrade. It is followed by the state housing project of the construction of apartments for members of security forces, which placed 13th
, same as last year. In 2018, the state founded seven companies which are to build these apartments. The Turkish company Tasyapi
, which will build a total of 376 apartments, has been chosen as the contractor for the works in Nis and Vranje.
Moj Aviv in Zvezdara, with a total of 76 residential units, placed 14th
. The investor, Aviv Arlon, has been present in Serbia since 2007 and is known in this market for the construction of the first retail park in these areas, the one in Pancevo, which was followed by the parks in Zrenjanin and Zvezdara.
AGNS Invest, a member of Aleksandar Group, placed 15th
with its Kapija Vracara project.
The 16th spot
belongs to Pupin’s Palace in Novi Sad, which should open in March 2019. One of the pioneers of quality modern construction in central Serbia, VIVO Living PARK Jagodina, placed 17th
The new building in Paunov Breg, called Trg, placed 18th
and is followed by the K Distrikt residential-office complex in Dorcol
, worth EUR 200 million, in the 19th spot
The list is rounded up by the residential-office complex in the Block 32
), Kalemegdan Park Belgrade
), Business Garden Belgrade (22nd place
), Zemunske Kapije (23rd place
, a new 15,000-m2 building at Airport City Belgrade (24th place
), Metalac’s building in Gornji Milanovac (25th place
), the Green Building in Futoska Street in Novi Sad (26th place
) and Le Park Leskovac