Source: eKapija | Sunday, 04.09.2011.| 15:01
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Dr Ivan Ribar after Stepa Stepanovic - Construction of housing project with 768 apartments to begin soon in New Belgrade, first tenants in 2013

During the upcoming fall, the government in Belgrade will open yet another construction site. The construction of a residential complex of six identical buildings, with a total of 768 apartments, or with 128 apartments in each building, in Dr. Ivana Ribara Street in New Belgrade has been announced. Completion is scheduled in phases by 2013.

Total project cost is estimated at 46 million euros, a preliminary design prepared by the Belgrade architect studio "RAUM", which consists of Alexander Raonic, Branislav Ristović and Allen Spahić as authors and Jelena Petrov as a designer.

- In the competition announced by the Building Directorate of Serbia (GDS), there was more than 50 architectural teams. Urban and architectural design studio that has offered "RAUM" was chosen because of its functional approach which is reflected in the optimal ratio of living space and green areas, and functionally designed buildings, housing and supporting facilities - say in the Building Authority for "eKapija".

The expert jury was composed of representatives of the GDS, the Society of Architects of Serbia, the City Planning Institute of Belgrade and the Directorate of Land.

- Apartments in this resort will have 31 to 70 square meters. Of the total number of the there will be 20% one bedroom, 50% and 30% two-bedroom three-room apartments - `eKapija` explains in the GDS.

- All apartments have been designed on the same principles. in each apartment there will be clearly separated `day and night zones .` It is planned that the apartments have no hallway, other than in the three-room apartments, where there will be a minimum length of corridors.

The Building Directorate of Serbia indicate that within the complex enough parking spaces will be built and, both open and garage, which will fully meet the needs of future settlements. According to the preliminary decision, a total of 920 parking spaces will be provided, of which 570 were in underground garages and 350 outdoors.

the construction of around 40 outlets is also planned, which will be a surface of 27 to 68 square meters.

The complex will abound with greenery and areas in the western part of the plot will be arranged as a park with sports fields, trails for jogging, walking and cycling. We have not forgotten the youngest residents of the village, and so we plan to build children`s playgrounds - our interlocutors in the GDS explains.

They allege that the preparation of tenders for selection of designers is in progress. When it`s done a major project in the public procurement contractors will be selected and price per square meter at this location established.

As it was previously announced by the Minister of Environment and Business Planning Oliver Dulic, price per square meter in this complex could be lower than the price in the settlement Stepa Stepanovic in Voždovac, which costs € 1,290 a square.

This project will employ local builders, but will also contribute to offer a number of quality apartments on the market at lower prices.

Structure of apartments in the building

In each of the six identical buildings 24 apartment of 31.2 m2, three apartment of 31.6 m2, 65 apartments of 43.5 m2, and two of 48.9 square meters will be built. Also, in each building there will be four apartments, the surface of 61.9 m2, two the surfaces of 64.8 m2, as well as 28 apartments of 68.4 square meters.


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