On the corner of Augusta Cesarca and Rodoljuba Colakovica streets in Belgrade, the plan is to build a residential complex with two basement levels and three floors, including the ground floor and the loft. The facility consists of two identical free-standing residential units (unit A and unit B), with a basement level with storage rooms and crawlspaces and a shared basement with an underground garage and crawlspaces.
The planned facility will contain 10 residential units. In each unit, on the ground floor, there are two apartments, then another two on the upper floor and one as part of the loft.
The investor is Kit
Komerc from Belgrade, the urban project was prepared by IBM Consult
, and the preliminary design was prepared by Mara Architects.
The urban project points out that the Dedinje spatial unit consists of four parts: Senjak, Topciderski Brdo, Banjicki Venac and Lisiciji Potok, where, next to the public purpose land, there is also land for other purposes, especially residence, with 8 defined zones.
Said location is in Zone B and is meant for high-standard buildings with quality sightlines and a natural position. The main goal is to preserve and upgrade the existing residential character, which pertains to all zones within the Topcidersko Brdo whole.
The parcel is angular and has a total area of 3,215 m2. The terrain has a steep decline from the north-west to the south-east, from the altitude of 147,94 meters to 142,52 meters.