Delta City is a brand of shopping center, with malls in Belgrade, Serbia and Podgorica, Montenegro.

Delta City BelgradeEdit

Delta City Belgrade
LocationNovi Beograd, Belgrade, Serbia
Opening date1 November 2007
ManagementDelta City
No. of stores and services130
No. of anchor tenants3
Total retail floor area30.000 m2 (322.92 sq ft)
No. of floors3

Delta City Belgrade construction began on 22 March 2006. Designed by Israeli architects MYS, the project cost 74 million.[1] It then opened on 1 November 2007.

Delta City Belgrade is located in New Belgrade's Blok 67. With floor area of 87,000 m2, it is the first shopping mall of its size in Serbia. Its total gross leasable area is 30,000 m2. Some of the stores in the mall are H&M, Zara, Calvin Klein Underwear, Adidas, Sport Vision, Fashion & Friends, N fashion, Bershka, Sephora, CT shop, Pull and Bear, Tom Tailor, Massimo Dutti, Stradivarius, Tezenis, Geox, Office Shoes, and others.

The mall also includes 15 restaurants as well as three restaurant chains: Kentucky Fried Chicken, McDonald's and Monument.

Austrian Cineplexx operates multiplex cinema with eight screens. There is also cafés, fast food courts, children's playgrounds, and 130 retail units. The largest tenant is Super Maxi supermarket. In total, there are over 1,200 parking places on five decks above the ground, and one underground.

The mall is located on the same block as Belville. Delta City can serve 200,000 people within a 10-minute walk, and 600,000 within a ten-minute drive.

Delta City PodgoricaEdit

Delta City Podgorica
Delta City mall in Podgorica, Montenegro.
LocationPodgorica, Montenegro
Opening dateOctober 1, 2008
ManagementDelta City
No. of stores and services75
No. of anchor tenants3
Total retail floor area48,000 m2 (520,000 sq ft)
No. of floors2

Delta City Podgorica is the first and the largest shopping mall in Podgorica. It was built at a cost of 60 million, and was opened on October 1, 2008.

The mall is built in the new part of Podgorica, on the junction of roads towards Cetinje and Nikšić. It has a total floor area of 48,000 m2, with gross leasable area of 24,000 m2.

The prominent stores are similar to that of Belgrade mall: Nike, Zara, Mexx, Marks & Spencer, Tommy Hilfiger, Mango, Esprit, Oysho, Bershka, Pull and Bear, Stradivarius, Tally Weijl, Geox, Nine West, Guess, NewYorker, Office Shoes, and more.

What Podgorica mall is lacking is international food chains, so there is no Kentucky Fried Chicken or McDonald's, but there is a Costa Coffee outlet. The mall also features some local brands of fast food restaurants.

Mall also features a Cineplexx 6 screen multiplex cinema, and largest supermarket in Montenegro, Super Maxi. A large garage that spans the length of the mall at its back, and open parking in front make up for some 1,000 parking spaces.

Delta City Podgorica is the first large shopping mall in Montenegro, and it probably will not face competition from mall of similar size in Podgorica soon, with the possible exception of Mall of Montenegro.[citation needed]

Delta Planet AutokomandaEdit

Delta Planet
LocationBelgrade, Serbia
Opening dateTBA
DeveloperDelta Holding
ManagementDelta City
OwnerDelta Holding
No. of stores and services250
No. of anchor tenantsTBA
Total retail floor area200,000 m2 (2,200,000 sq ft)
No. of floorsTBA

Delta Planet is a planned shopping mall, to be built and operated by Delta Holding in Belgrade, Serbia. Delta Planet is planned to be the largest shopping mall in the Balkans, from 200,000 m2 (2,200,000 sq ft). This is double the "Delta City" and the 40,000 m2 (430,000 sq ft) larger than "Usce". Or, in other words measured, it is an area of 24 football fields (105 times 68 meters, according to the standards laid down by UEFA). Commencement of works is planned for end of 2012 and the completion of the shopping mall in the second half of 2014.[2]

In the building will be invested 200 million euros and will be completed in the fall 2014th year.[3][4]

New design is presenting us with a center of 200,000 square meters of total area with 250 different shops. Shops, services, restaurants and cafes are spread on two levels with a simple communication around the building. Below these two levels there will be a hypermarket, and on the top level is located a part designed for entertainment with cinema, spa and wellness area, various sports facilities and a similar offers for fans of healthy living.

A special feature is a large green garden that will be located on the roof, covering an area of 6,500 square meters. In addition, it will hold the first IMAX theater in Serbia, as well as 50 completely new brands on Serbian market. All visitors will have 2300 parking spaces at their disposal, whether it's underground garage or outdoor parking.

Among the other announcements we want to draw attention to the solution of the facade. It will practically have two faces, where side looking toward the highway will hold impressive LED display of about 5000 square meters, while the opposite side of the building as a contrast will be set up with vertical greenery and plant facade made all of natural materials. LED display will have the extraordinary features and dynamic colors to draw admiring glances from all drivers on the highway, while the side toward Tabanovačka Street will create a green wall and pleasant setting with paths for all passers-by. The main entrance to the building will be from the direction of the roundabout Autokomanda with spacious plaza and outdoor cafes. It also stated that the center will use modern green technology, so the center will have their own wells for technical water, renewable energy sources, and special emphasis is placed on energy efficiency.[5]

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  1. ^ "Otvoren tržni centar "Delta siti"". Archived from the original on 2016-03-04. Retrieved 2019-08-25.
  2. ^ "Delta planet Autokomanda na 170.000 kvm". Archived from the original on 2016-03-04. Retrieved 2019-08-25.
  3. ^ "Beograd dobija Delta planet (FOTO)". Archived from the original on 2012-08-28. Retrieved 2019-08-25.
  4. ^ "Kakav će biti Delta planet? (VIDEO)". Archived from the original on 2016-03-08. Retrieved 2019-08-25.
  5. ^ "Beobuild - Građevinski projekti i razvoj Beograda - Naslovna". Archived from the original on 2018-04-08. Retrieved 2019-08-25.

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