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Old April 7th, 2008, 01:02 AM   #1
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Croatian "Konstruktor" to build 165 m skyscraper-complex in Prishtina, Kosovo

An article from a bosnian business news agency (thanks to bosnian forumer paral0c0 ): http://www.biznis.ba//index.php?opti...9256&Itemid=59









The project is a mix use complex, the investor is "ENK Invest Group", and the construction works will be performed by Croatian "Konstruktor". The complex will be built in "Lakrishte", an ex-industrial zone in Prishtina, that is now foreseen by the new Regulation Plan for this area - to become a skyscraper/highrise district: https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showth...6#post19488286

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Old April 7th, 2008, 01:54 AM   #2
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Cool looking project. Cheers to Prishtina!
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Old April 7th, 2008, 03:25 AM   #3
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i TOTALLY support it! this means Kosovo will be, i think, the country with the second-tallest skyscraper in former Yugo, right?

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Old April 7th, 2008, 04:26 AM   #4
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i TOTALLY support it! this means Kosovo will be, i think, the country with the second-tallest skyscraper in former Yugo, right?

to prishtina:
Thanks

As far as I know, Twist Tower in Sarajevo is 162m tall... That means 3m shorter than this one


42 Floors, 165m tall, a bigger render from the Croatian "Slobodna Dalmacija":





Link of the article: http://www.slobodnadalmacija.hr/Bizn...3/Default.aspx
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Old April 7th, 2008, 05:36 AM   #5
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As far as I know, Twist Tower in Sarajevo is 162m tall... That means 3m shorter than this one


42 Floors, 165m tall, a bigger render from the Croatian "Slobodna Dalmacija":





Link of the article: http://www.slobodnadalmacija.hr/Bizn...3/Default.aspx
wow, the TALLEST country! awesome!

croatia is waaaay behind, at least for now
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Really nice looking project. Hope it gets built .

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As far as I know, Twist Tower in Sarajevo is 162m tall...
Actually ATT in Sarajevo is about 140 m... you can't really count antenna in the structure height.
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Old April 7th, 2008, 12:16 PM   #7
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zakon! bravo za Pristinu!!
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Really nice looking project. Hope it gets built .



Actually ATT in Sarajevo is about 140 m... you can't really count antenna in the structure height.
oops...i didnt know it was 162m tall with the antenna.. anyway thanks for the info
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An article from a bosnian business news agency (thanks to bosnian forumer paral0c0 ): http://www.biznis.ba//index.php?opti...9256&Itemid=59









The project is a mix use complex, the investor is "ENK Invest Group", and the construction works will be performed by Croatian "Konstruktor". The complex will be built in "Lakrishte", an ex-industrial zone in Prishtina, that is now foreseen by the new Regulation Plan for this area - to become a skyscraper/highrise district: https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showth...6#post19488286

ej tako se da suradjivat.


good cooperation!
good news from pristina. something like this would fit in the style of split.

why do only others get something?

good that a croatian company will build this.

when will it be finished?


this makes the sorrounding more valueable in pristina!

if they realy get this, pristina has a prosper future.
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Old April 7th, 2008, 03:23 PM   #10
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wow, the TALLEST country! awesome!

croatia is waaaay behind, at least for now

maybe it will be the tallest when built, but Im not sure since there may be some other project planned in the near future around in the neighbouring countries....

...and Croatia is waaaaaay in front of everybody else in the balkans in many other ways... so dont worry
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I'm so jealous! What are the chances of this project getting realised? Just asking, since, here in HR, we've seen too many project go down the waste.
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As far as I have understood from earlier statements, Municipality of Prishtina has approved this project.. From that article in the croatian "Slobodna Dalmacija" and other earlier sources, financing the project also seems to be in place. 75 million euro loan from IFC, 15 million euro loan from Raiffeisen Bank, the rest will be financed by ENK Invest Group.. Only thing that seems to be fixed is the contractor that will construct this complex - and it looks like Croatian "Konstruktor" will take the assignement

Also, according to that article, in 10 days (17. April), an official presentation of the project will take place, where guests from Croatia, officials from the Municipality of Prishtina and the Government of Kosovo, investors, banks etc - also will attend..

It looks like a sure project, judging from the recent press releases
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Najnerazvijenija zemlja u Europi dobija najviši neboder u regiji...

Sad zbilja više nema razloga za komplexe koje si mi Hrvati nabijamo zbog manjka visokih nebodera...kao pokazatelja razvoja neke zemlje ili grada....
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Najnerazvijenija zemlja u Europi dobija najviši neboder u regiji...

Sad zbilja više nema razloga za komplexe koje si mi Hrvati nabijamo zbog manjka visokih nebodera...kao pokazatelja razvoja neke zemlje ili grada....
Ma kakve komplekse ... Jaki skyline je odraz financijske i gospodarske moći koncentrirane u tom dijelu. Ako neka zemlja nema gradove s odličnim skylineom daleko od toga da to nužno znači da nije razvijena - pogle Skandinaviju, Luksemburg, Švicarsku... dakle nije stvar u tome nego u koncentraciji moći na jednom mjestu . Inače iz moje perspektive osim toga stvar je i u estetici .
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Da...samo šta su i zasebno neboderi odraz moći! Nešto šta Kosovo neće imat ni za sto godina...


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I'm so jealous! What are the chances of this project getting realised? Just asking, since, here in HR, we've seen too many project go down the waste.

Ugovor o gradnji se potpisuje za 2 tjedna

A u nas se najavljiva, najavljiva a većina projekata propadne
Samo u Splitu je moglo bit gotovo baren 10ak tornjeva ali evo, tek 1. se gradi ...
Imamo i posebnu temu o takvin projektima
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Avaz Twist Tower ima 142m bez antene, sa antenom ima 172m!
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Konstrukor will gain plenty of experience from managing this project, hopefully it might encourage them to push investors to build similar structures in Croatian cities. Once again, congrats to Prishtina on a cool project.
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Svaka čast visini ali dizajn je katastrofalan.
Zar se danas arhići boje projektirati klasičan neboder nego moraju ovakav kič izmišljati.

Tužno je samo što će taj neboder biti gotovo 2x viši od najvišeg našeg nebodera
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I doubt this tower will be built. But i wish you luck.
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