Published at: 2018-02-27 12:46 | Author: Robert McLean
The residential developer is part of a burst of activity around the Romexpo building by some of the most powerful development groups in the country
Cordia is back. The residential division of the Hungarian-based developer Futureal hasn’t completed a project since the financial crisis hit the country. While some of the details of Cordia’s new residential project are still under wraps, or are still being worked out, the location is as clear as its name: Parcului 20. Cordia’s country manager Mauricio Mesa explains that the project’s name not only explains its location, but it describes its surroundings, since Parcului translates roughly as “To...

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