On September 21, 2021, Knight Frank announced it has formally opened a dedicated office in Belgrade, becoming a fully branded Knight Frank business from September 2021.
“The opening of the office comes as an organic move for the global property consultancy, in line with the growing market in the whole Adriatic area and in response to increasing demands from the firm’s clients for local real estate services,” a company press release said. “Belgrade currently has a stock of approximately 1 million square meters of class A & B & owner-occupied office space. Some notable pipeline projects are under construction such as NCR Campus and Annex building in Skyline project that will be completed and opened by the end of the year, and a further 40,000 square meters will be added to the already existing stock in 2021.”
“I’m excited to announce the opening of our new office in Belgrade, which follows hot on the heels of our Serbia office opening and further strengthens Knight Frank’s coverage across South East Europe,” commented Knight Frank Managing Director of Europe Andrew Sim. “We look forward to providing new and existing clients with the best in class real estate consultancy services.”
“The opening of Knight Frank Serbia represents an exciting expansion of the network, allowing us unrivaled coverage of this important market,” added Knight Frank Romania, Hungary, Bulgaria, Greece and Serbia Chairman & CEO Horatiu Florescu. “Belgrade is a city in the vicinity of our already dominant presence in Bucharest, Budapest, Sofia and Athens, so this opening comes as a natural step to best service our existent database present in Serbia as well.”
According to the firm, the Belgrade office will also be serving the cities of Novi Sad and Nis.