Airport City Belgrade

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Airport City
Airport City

Airport City Belgrade or (ACB) is a business park in New Belgrade, Serbia. ACB is multi-use commercial facility. The project is often called "City within a City", spreading over an area of 14 hectares. Upon completion, ACB spans 230,000 square meters.[1] is the first multi-use commercial facility in Serbia that merges the latest in building technology, together with a tenant-focused approach.[2] Complex consist of six 6-storey, one 10-storey, two 11-storey buildings. The last phase, which will start in 2017 will have new 11, 14 and two 23 storey buildings.


ACB is located in Novi Beograd's Block 65. It is situated in the former field of Dojno polje, at the location of the old Belgrade airport (thus the name) of Bežanija. The airport was built in 1927 and destroyed by the Germans in 1944, and became defunct in 1962 when the new airport near the village of Surčin was finished (today's Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport).

Mercedes-Benz, DHL, Siemens and other companies are located close to ACB in Novi Beograd, which is an emerging Central Business District. The buildings are located near (900 meters from) the Euro-Motorway E-75. Several lines of transportation are planned for day-and-night travel. Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport is ten minutes away by car.


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Coordinates: 44°48′43.43″N 20°23′51.63″E / 44.8120639°N 20.3976750°E / 44.8120639; 20.3976750