An underground car park for 750 cars on four levels is topped by sports enclosures, a café-bar and a terrace overlooking the old city of Dubrovnik and the sea beyond. It was completed upon the first public-private partnership contract in the Republic of Croatia. The primary school gave over the decayed sports courts to the municipality that loaned the land to the investment group. As compensation to the school, they had to build sports courts on the car park's roof and a sports hall on a neighbouring land lot.
Located in the immediate vicinity of the historical city core, the car park should relieve the area of the vehicular traffic that is particularly heavy during the summer months. Squeezed into a dense site and with an extremely tight budget, the project had to meet an array of planning regulations. To make the brief even more complicated, in the buffer zone around the UNESCO heritage-listed Old City of Dubrovnik the heritage protection criteria had to be applied too.