As more and more people want to live in the heart of the city, we believe that developers looking to satisfy that demand have a responsibility to enrich the neighbourhoods in which they build—especially when they are fortunate enough to be entrusted with such an exceptional location.
This responsibility informed the entire design of Marina Dorćol, which utilises spacious yet unobtrusive curved buildings—including an elegant, serpentine centrepiece—generously adorned with rich vegetation to preserve the beauty of the skyline while giving residents expansive views over the river or parks.Learn More
Marina Dorćol will be the residential complex with the lowest construction coefficient in the city center. Most of the buildings will only have 2 to 4 apartments per floor.
Apartments in Marina Dorćol will have a clear ceiling height of 2.9 meters.
Parking spaces in Marina Dorćol will be oversized (2.9m x 5.5m), allowing for easy and safe manouvering.
There will be over 27,000 m2 of planted greenery at Marina Dorćol. The complex will also be surrounded by the Linijski Park and the newly built 7000 m2 park between the future Nikola Tesla Museum and the river.
From excellent sound proofing to water purifying filters, floor heating, central air conditioning and numerous other features, living in Marina Dorćol will offer its residents the highest levels of comfort.
Apartments are sold with large external storage and bike racks, allowing you to keep your living space uncluttered and clear.
Each apartment is equipped with built-in air purifying system, offering allergen protection.
All retail stores will be leased, allowing us to provide facility management and maintain control over the tenant mix, their working hours and delivery schedules.
Marina Dorćol was designed by Stanislav Fiala and Jelena Kuzmanović of the „Kuzmanović + Fiala“ architectural bureau.
Their architecture is characterised by innovative use of materials such as wood, corten, steel and natural stone, a constant play of light and seamless immersion of objects into their surroundings. In Belgrade, the bureau and SEBRE have so far completed the “Residence Puškinova” project – a unique, 10 apartment residential object located in Senjak.
Marina Dorćol brings a new approach to the concept of living and the development of the city. Stylistically it sets itself apart from the dominant aesthetic of the recent large-scale residential and commercial developments in Serbia’s capital.