“The plot we bought will be used for a new residential area, composed of nine blocks of flats, with a total of 200 to 300 apartments,” said the executive director of Green Park, Ovidiu Negurici, last week.
He said that the project was still in the planning phase and that as yet no start date or investment sum had been settled.
Green Park will include 14 buildings and needs EUR 120 million in investment. Currently, work on the first two buildings included in the project is unrolling. The construction of another eight blocks, which will include about 600 apartments, will begin in March.
In Romania, Future Group has invested with various partners in Bucharest and Sinaia.