Armani Trade investing €2.5m in senior living project in Bosnia

Armani Trade investing €2.5m in senior living project in Bosnia

Published at: 2018-06-12 12:23 | Author: CIJ Serbia
Armani Trade is poised to break ground on a two-building senior living complex on a 5,800 sqm area in Zepce, central Bosnia. The investment, valued at €2.5m, will go up next to the company’s Armani Center, which was opened six years ago. The senior-living facility will cover 3,700 sqm, while 1,000 sqm will be earmarked for business purposes. The small business building is scheduled to open in August.

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