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Dec 13, 2017 18:52 EEST
BELGRADE (Serbia), December 13 (SeeNews) – Serbian company Belgrade Waterfront, the developer of an eponymous real estate project in Serbia's capital, has said it started the sale of 220 flats in the Kula Beograd tower.
The flats will be located between the 14th and 39th floor of the 168 metres-high Kula Beograd tower, which will be the highest building in Serbia after its construction is completed in 2020, Belgrade Waterfront said in a statement on Tuesday.
The area of the flats stands at between 57 and 171 sq m, Belgrade Waterfront said.
The St. Regis Belgrade hotel will be located at the first eleven floors of the building and will be opened in 2020, the company added.
The Belgrade Waterfront project should see the development of around 177 ha of land on the right bank of the river Sava into a mixed-use residential, office and retail scheme, offering 5,700 housing units, 2,200 hotel rooms and capacity to accommodate 12,700 office population.
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