Architectural projects in Belgrade

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There are many architectural projects under construction in Belgrade, Serbia. Since 2002, Belgrade has experienced a major construction boom. These are only some of the projects under construction in Belgrade:[1]

Under construction[edit]

  • Airport City Belgrade: in New Belgrade – The construction of two new 17-storey buildings including one Crowne Plaza hotel started in April 2009.
  • Blok 23: – Verano company will invest 80 million euros in new business building in New Belgrade.
  • Belgrade Aqua Park in New Belgrade – The facility will be among the largest in Europe. Currently on hold.
  • Belgrade bypass
  • Marina Dorćol: The Engel company will invest 160 million € in this project. The complex of hotels and apartments is to consist of five 13-storey buildings, one 11-storey building and a new marina.
  • Prokop: a mega-project that's scheduled to begin in September, resulting in relocation of the main railway station and its railway tracks, which will consequently free up building space in Belgrade's inner centre. The entire project is worth an estimated 2 billion US dollars, and is scheduled to be completed within a decade. Serbian company Energoproject will invest 200 million €.
  • Energoproject Blok 26: Project consists of 50,000 sq m office space in two buildings, with a total investment of 60 million € in New Belgrade's Blok 26.[2]
  • VIG PLAZA: under construction in New Belgrade's Blok 11a. Vienna Insurance Group and Promo Media will invest 50 million €.[3]
  • Trzni centar u Rajicevoj: start 2014 finish 2016-2017 invest 100 million €
  • GTC FORTYONE: Project consists of 40,000 sg m office start 2014 finish 2016-2017 invest 70 million €
  • Trgovinski centar Zemun IBC: 30,000 sg m finish 2017 plan
  • Hilton Hotel: start 2015 plan
  • DNZ DENEZA M: start 2014 finish 2016 plan
  • Marriot Hotel : invest 90 milion € start 2013 finish 2015 plan


Planned projects[edit]

Finished major projects[edit]

References[edit]

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