British company Hyperoptic leased 5,000 sqm in the newly restored BIGZ business centre. The modernist Bigz building on Belgrade’s Sava embankment was Serbia’s first extensively reinforced concrete building when it came into use in 1941. It eventually became the home of the state press house Jugoštampa. The transaction was brokered by Coreside Savills.
“We are proud to be recognized as an experienced partner to companies that are seeking new office space, and to be participating in the process of leasing space in such a monumental building as BIGZ,” says Djordje Stanisavljevic, Head of Office Segment at Coreside Savills.
Hyperoptic has been present in the Serbian market since 2011. According to company sources, it delivers advanced Internet solutions, with fibre optic technology and gigabit speed 21 times faster than the national average.
“We are very pleased that we will have an opportunity to offer the best working conditions to our employees in the BIGZ business centre. Coreside Savills has proven to be a reliable partner, that has exceeded our expectations, with the quality of service, swiftness, and expertise,” says Boris Dragovic, Chief Strategy and Development Officer at Hyperoptic.
The renovation of BIGZ is planned to be completed by the end of the first quarter of 2023. BIGZ business centre is owned by Marera Properties.