The Russian investment fund Marera Properties is interested in building a business centre in Block 18 in Novi Beograd, on the left bank of the Sava River – the Politika daily writes.
“We own half a hectare in this block in Novi Beograd and are very interested in developing that area. That should be a new section of the capital of Serbia, spanning over 350,000 square metres, and would be the hub for business events in this part of Europe”, Marera Properties says.
The daily also writes that the investment in Belgrade’s coastal area will be discussed when Russian President Vladimir Putin comes for his official visit to Serbia on Thursday.
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The Belgrade City Administration says that Block 18 could become the home to all institutions of the Government of Serbia and the City Assembly of Belgrade with the secretariats. If that happens, both Belgrade and Serbian authorities could be given new work environment without having to spend any money from their budgets.
If the negotiations of the top authorities of Serbia and Russia on the development of Block 18 prove to be fruitful, Marera might pen the construction site as soon as 2020, provided that it wants to use the ideas of the architects who won the architectural contest for the development of the area on the left bank of the Sava in 2016.
If not, Marera will need more time to commence the construction, as it will need to change the spatial plan.
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