Published at: 2017-09-15 11:18 | Author: By Amelia Turp-Balazs
For developers with large enough plots of land, mixed-use projects are proving to be an attractive option to satisfy the increasingly large segment of the Romanian population looking for locations that offer not just a place to live, but to shop, work and to have fun. A number of developers are playing this hand as they plan expansions of already successful...
While the development of fully mixed projects remains rare (few developments include a residential component), investors are nevertheless increasingly looking to build a mix of office and retail. The best example of this lies the west of the Bucharest, where AFI Europe has built a series of office buildings adjacent to its AFI Cotroceni mall, while in the north of the city Raiffeisen Evolution’s Promenada Mall stands next its office scheme Sky Tower. To the south of the capital, Sun Plaza and Su...

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