Digal Investments and Holdings announced Monday that it acquired land to develop a 250-unit residential building in Bucharest, Romania with a â‚¬7.5 million investment.
The development is expected to bring in pre-tax revenues of â‚¬15m.-20m.
Digal also said it is in advanced negotiations with foreign companies to acquire two additional properties totaling about 15 acres, and hopes to develop a combined 2,000 residential units.
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