Published at: 2019-01-21 11:38 | Author: RM
The deputy mayor of Belgrade, Goran Vesić was on hand to lay the foundation stone at the construction site of a new shopping center by MPC Properties and Atterbury Europe on the corner of Vojislava Ilića St. The developer’s CEO Ingo Nissen also took part in the ceremony for the project, a 43,000 sqm GLA mall that he claims will bring the Serbian capital into...
The project represents an investment of over €110m and is scheduled to open in the spring of 2020 with more than 150 shops. The design has been carried out by the design office Chapman Taylor in Dusseldorf. “MPC Properties has been present on the market for more than 16 years and sets the highest standards of construction and development of shopping and business destinations,” said Nissen. He said his team had determined that now was the time to create a major new shopping destination for Belgra...

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