Published at: 2018-02-27 12:17 | Author: Robert McLean
AFI Europe’s first Romanian residential scheme is due to begin construction after Bucharest officials granted it the crucial building permit
AFI Europe Romania has received the building permit that will allow work to begin on its new project AFI City, its first residential scheme in the country. Construction is to be divided into two phases, with the first to begin within two months. The project is located in northwest Bucharest in District 1 along the Bucurestii Noi Boulevard, in District 1 and its first phase will consist of 190 apartments, served by 228 above ground parking spaces. The 190 apartments will vary in size and partitio...

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