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Building land: Grad Zagreb, Žitnjak, 14.264,00 m2
- Real estate ID: 211216
- Location: Žitnjak
- Area: 14.264,00 m2
- Price: 642.000,00 €
Zagreb, building land in the industrial zone, Žitnjak, 14,264 m2
Precise location Struga gornja (k.č. 1011; 1012/5; 1012/6; 1012/7; 1012/8 k.o. Žitnjak)
AREA: The total land area is 14,264 m2.
ZONE: The land is located in the industrial zone (I – production purpose, urban regulation 2.10). In accordance with the rules of the GUP, it is possible to build industrial, craft, commercial plants of all kinds and warehouses as well as business, administrative, office and commercial buildings. It is possible to build free-standing, semi-built-in and built-in buildings. The maximum construction area of the building plot is 50%, the maximum Kin (coefficient of utilization above ground) for production purposes and shopping complexes is 1.2, and 2.0 for business and hospitality tourism purposes.
INFRASTRUCTURE: There is water on the land, electricity has been provided – the substation is next to the land.
SPECIFIC INFORMATION: A 22-metre wide road is planned on the route directly next to the land, which will connect Čulinečka Street and Radnička Road. One part of the land of approximately 3,500 m2 is located in the corridor of the planned road and construction is not possible on this part. The exact area of land that will be part of the road corridor can be obtained only by parcelling based on a location permit. That part of the land will have to be purchased by the City of Zagreb when their investment starts, according to the estimated market price.
ADDITIONAL BENEFITS: It is possible to buy the neighboring land which is separated from the subject land by a road. The area of the neighboring land is 4,183 m2 (zk.č. 6853/8 k.o. City of Zagreb, entered as zk.ul.br. 15059 which corresponds to k.č. 1014; 1015; 1016 k.o. Žitnjak) so that the total area of both lands would be 18,447 m2. The smaller land plot is sold at a price of 60€/m2. In the case of buying both land plots in a package deal, the price would be adjusted accordingly and would be more favourable. The larger one is currently owned by a natural person, and the smaller one is owned by a legal entity.