The Serbian real estate market is expanding constantly, thus according to a report of the Republic Geodetic Authority, the number of real estate sales in 2021 was up 28% on the recordbreaking year of 2020. Real estate agents note that location remains the main criterion influencing the choice of living space, followed by construction quality, number of floors and good infrastructure. All-encompassing residential quarters are becoming increasingly popular, both around the world and in our country, simply because the modern buyer isn’t only choosing their own “four walls”, but also the entire lifestyle that’s applied by a particular residential space
An attractive location with unique views and the highest quality construction, but also excellent connectivity to other parts of the city, represent just some of the elements that distinguish Belgrade Waterfront on the real estate market, positioning it as the most desirable residential destination.
According to data from the real estate cadastre, more than half of all buyers of new builds in Belgrade have opted for an apartment within the scope of this project. Moreover, according to the claims of real estate agents, Belgrade Waterfront’s apartments are the quickest to receive rental tenants. Investing in an apartment in this most modern quarter of the capital, located on the bank of the Sava, represent a secure long-term investment, regardless of whether you buy it for your own housing or to rent. Thanks to housing loans created specifically for Belgrade Waterfront, potential residents also have the opportunity to apply for a bank loan at an early stage of construction, with monthly payment rates of as little as 499 euros. Another option is an interest-free loan in seven instalments pegged to the project’s construction phases.
Apart from top-quality construction in all phases and the use of the latest materials, apartments are characterised by their outstanding functionality and comfort, ample natural light, impressive views, spaciousness, elegant lobbies with a reception area and security on the ground floor of each building, underground parking and landscaped inner courtyards for residents
Seven buildings with a total of 1,500 apartments have so far been completed in the Belgrade Waterfront, while the sale of the jubilee 4,000th apartment was celebrated during spring. And what awaits residents of this all-encompassing neighbourhood? Apart from top-quality construction in all phases and the use of the latest materials, apartments are characterised by their outstanding functionality and comfort, ample natural light, impressive views, spaciousness, elegant lobbies with a reception area and security on the ground floor of each building, underground parking and landscaped inner courtyards for residents. But that’s just the start of the benefits of living in Belgrade Waterfront. Whichever building you choose, you will find shops, cafes and restaurants in the building itself, while kindergartens, schools, the spacious Sava Park with its numerous possibilities for recreation and relaxation, as well as the attractive Sava Promenada, are all never more than a few minutes’ walk from your doorstep.
Shopping at more than 200 stores of renowned international and domestic brands, lunch or dinner at restaurants overlooking the river, the latest blockbusters with IMAX technology, and endless fun at the country’s largest trampoline, all await you at the Galerija.
Works are being finalised on the façade of Kula Belgrade, representing the crowning glory of this entire project and a new symbol of the Serbian capital. This 168-metre-tall masterpiece of architecture will house a St. Regis hotel and The Residences at The St. Regis Belgrade. The arrival of this prestigious brand, which forms part of the portfolio of the famous Marriott International hotel and residential chain, places Belgrade on the map of the very carefully selected destinations in which St. Regis operates. At the same time, the opening of The Residences at St. Regis Belgrade will raise housing standards to a level not previously reached – not only in Serbia, but across this part of Europe.