Western City Gate
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|Western City Gate|
|Zapadna kapija Beograda|
Location within Serbia
|Alternative names||Genex Tower|
|Type||Office and residential|
|Roof||154 m (505 ft)|
|Floor area||16,000 m2 (170,000 sq ft)|
|Design and construction|
Genex Tower (Serbian: Кула Генекс, Kula Geneks; Западна Капија Београда, Zapadna Kapija Beograda), is a 35-storey skyscraper in Belgrade, Serbia, which was designed in 1977 by Mihajlo Mitrović in the brutalist style. It is formed by two towers connected with a two-storey bridge and revolving restaurant at the top. It is 115 metres tall (with restaurant 135–140 metres) and is the second-tallest high-rise in Belgrade after Ušće Tower. The building is designed to resemble a high-rise gate greeting people arriving in the city from the West (the road from Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport to the city centre leads this way).
One of the towers is occupied by the Genex Group. The tower got its popular name "Genex" after this group, while its official title remains Western City Gate. The second, taller tower, is residential.
The building is located in the Novi Beograd municipality.
- Gates of Belgrade
- List of tallest buildings in Serbia
- List of tallest structures in former Yugoslavia
- Trellick Tower and Balfron Tower, blocks of flats in London of similar design
- Media related to Genex Tower at Wikimedia Commons
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