Sales commence for Belgrade Waterfront with the launch of BW Residences

Sales commence for Belgrade Waterfront with the launch of BW Residences

• Sales commence for BW Residences on October 3, 2015 at 10 am, on first-come first-served basis
• one to four-bedroom apartments available for purchase in a twin-tower complex providing unparalleled views of Sava River and a vibrant waterfront lifestyle
• The residences offer a unique location and unrivalled quality in the heart of Belgrade and Belgrade Waterfront

Belgrade, Serbia, 17 September 2015: Belgrade Waterfront announces the first sale of its two residential towers, ‘BW Residences’ to be held at BW Gallery, on 3rd October 2015. The two towers are situated in a prime location along the Sava River within one of the most anticipated projects in Belgrade.

BW Residences will offer one to four-bedroom apartments , consisting of a selection of layouts. Units include grand terraces, garden homes and open optimum views on Sava River and the promenade; which maximise on daylight and natural ventilation. The design actively engages with the river and draws upon the City’s park, historic forms and dense urban planning to create the first step in a new dynamic waterfront neighbourhood. The apartments provide unrivalled quality and pristine finishing, conveniently located in the heart of the city.

The contemporary design and abundance of amenities celebrates the urban and inspirational lifestyle that the development has to offer. A range of amenities include ,roof gardens, a children’s play area and pool, a main indoor swimming pool with changing rooms, a yoga and lounge area, in addition to a modern health club, and a podium roof deck full of activities for the residents The podium deck is designed to be an architectural masterpiece working in harmony with its cultural environment open green spaces and waterfront living.

BW Residences also features a lively waterfront edge dedicated to retail and food and beverage outlets, providing the ultimate lifestyle community for its residents.


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