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Delta Real Estate is building business towers and a hotel near Hyatt and Sava Center

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After the recent opening of the reconstructed business and congress part of the Sava Center, Delta Real Estate is planning to start new construction sites in Belgrade and Novi Sad.

In the field of real estate, Delta Real Estate plans to invest more than 620 million euros by 2027.
Angelina Nekić, general director of Delta Real Estate, told that the company will start three new projects in the coming period.

In Novi Beograd Block 20, near the Hyatt Hotel and Sava Center, the construction of the long-announced complex with business towers and a hotel will soon begin.

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“The project involves the construction of two office buildings and a hotel with an international chain, and we expect it to start at the beginning of 2024,” said Nekić.

Delta Real Estate announced three years ago that within the Delta Centar complex in block 20, the InterContinental Belgrade hotel will be located on 26,000 square meters, and the same amount of space will be occupied by high-class office space.

The business center will include an exclusive shopping area and restaurants, as well as a large underground parking lot, and will represent a unique green business oasis, Delta Real Estate said.

Among the three announced projects is the Delta Iron business complex with 40,000 square meters of modern office space, which, according to Delta Real Estate, is lacking in Novi Sad.

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Next is Delta Land, on Despot Stefana Boulevard in Belgrade, where the removal of buildings has already begun.

According to Nekić, it will be a mixed-use project, with residential and business-commercial contents, on 300,000 square meters of gross area, and since the project is large, construction will take several years.

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