Delta Holding achieved record results in 2022: sales revenues reached 782.4 million euros, which is 30% more than in 2021. This was announced at the traditional annual press conference, where the business results of all sectors within the holding were presented.
The most important project in 2022 is the complete reconstruction of the Sava Center, worth 110 million euros. The opening of this facility is planned for November of this year, and the opening of the Blue Hall (Facility B), the largest multi-purpose hall in the region, is planned for the first half of 2024. The modernized Sava Center, with new contents and completely new installations and technological solutions, will have a congress area of 50,000 m2, a business zone of 24,000 m2, and a commercial zone of 10,000 m2.
Delta District / Photo: Delta Real Estate
Delta Real Estate plans to invest more than 620 million euros in real estate projects by 2027. With these investments, several large projects will be launched throughout Serbia: Delta Land and Delta District in Belgrade, the second phase of the Delta Planet shopping mall in Niš, as well as the development of the Delta Iron project, the first business district in Novi Sad.
Delta Real Estate plans to develop an attractive location on Despot Stefan Boulevard and, together with new projects by other investors, refine the face of that part of Belgrade. Just a few minutes from the city center, Delta Land will be built—a state-of-the-art mixed-use concept that will consist of unique office, commercial, and residential spaces. This year, the plan is to start with the reconstruction of buildings that are part of the cultural heritage of the city.
The new concept for the Delta District project was also presented. Luxury hotel facilities and office premises will be built in an attractive location in New Belgrade, block 20.
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