The developers also want to build a footpath connecting the Aurel Vlaicu metro station to the shopping mall, reports local Hotnews.ro. They intend to set up two streets within the complex, which would connect the Barbu Vacarescu boulevard to the Calea Floreasca boulevard.
The project still needs to receive the municipality’s approval.
South-African investment fund NEPI bought Promenada mall last year from Austrian group Raiffeisen Evolution for EUR 148 million. NEPI also bought an adjoining 1.2 hectare land plot from Romanian group Romenergo, for some EUR 20 million for the mall’s expansion. (source: Romania-insider.com)