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The €12M investment that will reshape the Arsakio Hall of Athens

The project expected to create 500 job openings direct and 5,000 job openings indirectly.

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Fourlis Group inks deal to operate the first IKEA store in Bulgaria

The size of the store will be 8.000 sq.m. and it will open in the second semester of 2020.

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CVC Fund to acquire D-Marin's businesses in Greece, Croatia and UAE

The transaction will be finalised upon fulfillment of relevant governmental approvals.

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Mohegan and GEK Terna consortium wins Hellinikon Casino license

Hard Rock International (HRI), the other candidate in the tender, has a 10-day deadline to object to the decision or to resort to the Council of State.

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Hines Group acquires 3 Cyan Hotels in Crete

Hines Group intends to invest another 30 million euros in the renovation and modernisation of these three hot

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Techniki Olympiaki & BELTERRA reach agreement on Porto Karas

The first tranche that BELTERRA INVESTMENTS Ltd will pay for the portfolio will reach a total of €205.000.000.

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Prodea inks the concession agreement for Piraeus Tower

PiraeusTower is the second tallest building in the wider region of Attica.

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Green light was lit  for 8 strategic investments

Construction of a marina, holiday homes and hotels are comprised in the new Project.

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Trastor further expands its footprint in the Logistics sector

Trastor REIC announces the acquisition of a newly built state-of-the-art logistics centre located in the area of “Dyo Pefka” in Aspropyrgos area.

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Grivalia purchases majority stake in Dolphin's Project

Grivalia Hospitality said it will acquire all companies related with the specific project, currently owned by DCI and its subsidiaries.