ZAGREB, July 2 (Hina) – A new 15.3-hectare-large residential area with blocks of flats, a preschool centre, a shopping mall and a church will be developed on the slopes of Mount Mosor northeast of the centre of the Adriatic city of Split.
The plans for the new residential suburb in the area of Koresnica where about 5,000 residents will live, were presented in the Split city administration on Thursday.
The design for the development of that suburb on the land which the Croatian government donated to the city authorities two years ago was outlined today by the chief architect for this project, Hrvoje Njiric, and Mayor Andro Krstulovic Opara.
The mayor said that the suburb, which is due to be built in the next five years, would provide flats for young families, young researchers and families of war veterans.
The funding for this project will be provided by five ministries and local authorities.