Bosmal City Center

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Bosmal City Center

The Bosmal City Center ( Bosnian Bosmalov gradski centar ; BCC) is a commercial and residential building in the Hrasno district of the Novo Sarajevo municipality in the Bosnian capital Sarajevo . With a height of 118 m, it was the tallest building on the Balkan Peninsula until the Avaz Twist Tower, also located in Sarajevo, was completed in 2009 and is still the tallest residential building there.

The Bosmal City Center was a project by the Bosnian company Bosmal . The 80 million euro project involved nearly seventy companies and employed more than 3,500 workers. It is conceived as a city ​​within the city , contains apartments, restaurants, a daycare center, a supermarket, various service providers and doctors. Due to the location in the new town of Sarajevo, which is characterized by high-rise buildings, the two towers are not as dominant as in other construction projects, despite their height. The apartments are designed differently, eight were designed as penthouse apartments, the other 298 as normal residential units. Nine elevators connect the underground car park with the other areas.

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Coordinates: 43 ° 50 ′ 47.7 ″  N , 18 ° 22 ′ 28 ″  E