The first building of the Green Heart complex in Belgrade has been officially opened. Nordeus, independent mobile gaming company based in Belgrade, chose GTC’s office centre to create their new studio. To accommodate a team of 170 people, the creator of competitive games leased 6,000 sqm across seven floors with three additional underground levels for parking.
Green Heart is an office project located on the corner of Milutin Milanković Boulevard and Boulevard of Art, in New Belgrade, Serbia. It includes revitalization of two existing buildings (GTC Square) and construction of three new ones, creating the campus style office park. The whole complex will provide 46,000 sqm.
“Completion of the refurbishment of the two buildings as well as the development of another two newly designed buildings in Green Heart project was one of the key highlights of our development activity in 2018. Nordeus moving into one of the most modern office building in Belgrade will definitely be a milestone for GTC but also for Belgrade’s office market in 2019. We are very satisfied with this cooperation as our long-term goal is to invest in such projects – which inspire innovative and passionate companies to succeed. Thanks to the hard work of our team, each square meter of the building is at the moment tailored to suit individual needs of the tenant and we believe that our space will enable Nordeus to thrive and create games that can compete globally,” commented Pedja Petronijević, GTC’s Coutry Manager for Serbia.
The building is made up of large glass windows allowing the green courtyard to be enjoyed from each of the long terraces. The facility is distinguished by highly efficient and energy-saving solutions, including smart lighting and air conditioning in all office spaces that adjust to individual requirements. There are also solar panels installed on the roof delivering energy saving measures for the building.
The modern office park consists of two four-story and three seven-story buildings. Other companies to move to the Green Heart in the future mostly represent IT and pharmaceutical sectors and include Consulteer, ICL, Manpower, MTS, Nutanix, Servier, and Takeda.
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