Danya Cebus to build Romanian mall

The project is expected to take 23 months to complete.

By MATTHEW KRIEGER
October 21, 2007 09:05

 
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Danya Cebus, the construction unit of Africa-Israel, said Thursday it has been selected as the primary contractor to build what is to be Romania's largest commercial center - Cotroceni Park. The mall, which will be constructed at a cost of NIS 905 million, will total 215,000 square meters and include 76,000 square meters of retail space and 2,500 parking spots. The project is expected to take 23 months to complete.

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