The Ministry of Construction, Transportation and Infrastructure has issued a building permit for the construction of the Kula Beograd (Tower Belgrade) building.
The building, a part of the Belgrade Waterfront project, will be Serbia’s tallest at 168 meters.
The value of the investment – the construction of a 40-floor, 47,500 square meter building – is RSD 12 billion (about EUR 100 million).
The Kula Beograd project includes, among other things, a five-star hotel, a recreational and sports area, and an observation deck at the top, with a panoramic view of 360 degrees.
The ground floor will have a restaurant and face the Sava (River) Promenade, while a pedestrian bridge will connect the building to the Belgrade Waterfront Gallery shopping center.
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