Published at: 2012-01-01 12:00 | Author: Martin Kuebler
As Budapest’s retail battleground begins to see more action, established centers like ECE’s Arkad are coming up with new strategies to remain competitive.

Among the city’s top retail developers, German shopping center specialist ECE isn’t one to let the competition pass it by.


Árkád Örs vezér tere, ECE’s 42,000 sqm out-of-center shopping mall, opened its do...

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