Published at: 2019-06-12 11:18 | Author: Robert McLean
Sorin Visoianu, CEO of River Development, says his company’s projects will play a major role in changing the face of Bucharest
Why has it taken so long for development of the central western portion of Bucharest to begin? How much potential do you see there?
Bucharest, like all cities, is a living organism that reacts to the environment. Over the past years, we have witnessed a gradual development, just like in all other major European capitals. The first development zones included the Floreasca and Barbu Vacarescu areas that have now reached their peak, so the industry is looking for alternatives. The process of movi...

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