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Old January 12th, 2007, 03:23 PM   #1
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Belgrade: Belville

Investor: City of Belgrade
Object info: Residential area - 170000 mē, commercial and business facilities 28000 mē, educational facilities 6100 mē
Construction start: 2007 (not confirmed)
Construction end: 2009

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Blok 67 in New Belgrade is a very large site of approximately 13.8 hectares, very close to the commercial center of New Belgrade. It is surrounded by good roads with modern infrastructure, and has excellent access to all parts of the city and to the existing sports centers. For these reasons, Blok 67 has been identified as the optimal location for the future "Universiade Village" that is to be built for the 25th Summer Universiade in 2009, in Belgrade.

After the Universiade 2009, the universiade Village "Belville" will become an attractive new residential area with various unique facilities.

The preparatory works for the construction of the Belville in New Belgrade's Blok 67 will begin in September of this year and this "village" will be used during the Universiade in 2009. The director of Blok 67 Associates, the company that is investing in this project, announced that the start of full-scale construction is planned for next year.

We proudly announce that Mace d.o.o Beograd on behalf of Mace International, took part in above-mentioned project as a company in charge for design and construction phase.

The total investment in this complex will be 200 million Euros and the investor is a joint company owned by the Austrian firm, CEE Investment, and Delta M from Serbia. The total space of the objects in the village will be 200000 square meters and the complex will offer 2100 apartments for 4200 athletes. The complex will also include 22000 square meters of office space. In the same block, a shopping mall with commercial space totaling 87000 square meters will also be built offering stores and entertainment.

Apartments in the village will be offered for sale in 2008, and the new owners will be allowed to move in immediately after the completion of the Universiade Games in 2009.



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Old January 12th, 2007, 03:25 PM   #2
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And visit Universiade Belgrade 2009 website http://www.universiade-belgrade2009.org
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