Sky Office Tower
|Sky Office Tower|
Sky Office Tower
|Construction started||21 August 2007|
|Estimated completion||late summer 2012|
|Floor area||71,897 square metres (773,890 sq ft)|
|Design and construction|
|Architecture firm||Anin-Jeromin-Fitilidis & Partner|
|Sky Office - Arhitektura|
Sky Office Tower is a dual business tower, elliptically shaped, located in Zagreb, Croatia, north of the Zagrebačka Avenue, near the intersection with Zagrebačka cesta. The office tower was completed in 2012. It is one of the few high-rise construction projects in Zagreb that persisted throughout the economic crisis in 2010.
The tower was originally planned to have 29 floors and be 108 meters high, becoming the tallest skyscraper in Zagreb and the whole of Croatia. The plan has since been revised to 22 floors, although it is still possible for Sky Office Tower to build to 29 floors, developer has stated that it might build 29 floor tower if the funds are there.
Total of 706 parking spaces — 659 in the garage and 47 in out door space. Access to the underground garages is provided via two entry-exit ramps, which are heated against freezing. Underground levels with parking and handy storage areas, are directly linked to the office spaces.
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- "Sky Office poskupio sa 55 na 76 milijuna eura". Poslovni dnevnik (in Croatian). 6 March 2007. Retrieved 3 October 2011.
- "Što se u Zagrebu gradi, što ćemo pričekati, a što nećemo dočekati". Jutarnji list (in Croatian). 1 September 2010. Retrieved 3 October 2011.
- "Tehnička specifikacija". Sky Office - Zagreb. Zagreb Montaža. Retrieved 2011-07-15.
- "Garaža". Sky Office - Zagreb (in Croatian). Zagreb: Zagreb-Montaža Grupa. Retrieved 14 July 2011.
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- Official website
- Željko Rogošić (29 January 2008). "Zagrebački blizanci šibenskog magnata" [Zagreb twins of a Šibenik's tycoon] (in Croatian). Nacional (weekly). Archived from the original on 22 July 2012. Retrieved 22 July 2012.
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