Southafrican Nepi to construct retail park in Krusevac

After Novi Sad and Kragujevac, the Nepi Company announces an investment in Krusevac as well.

The company has bought a 2.7 hectare-land-plot in the Stari Aerodrom location in Krusevac for 294 million Dinars, and the construction of the retail park is supposed to start in 2017.

– Following Kragujevac and Novi Sad, we decided to invest in Krusevac as well, which is a very important business center in this part of Serbia. We will build a modern retail park spanning around 10,000 m2  – the company says. The value of the investment is between EUR 12 and 15 million.

Right next to the future Nepi retail park in Krusevac, Lidl will also start construction works. The company has bought the other land plot in the Stari Aerodrom location at the auction held in September. Lidl has paid around RSD 105 million for the plot spanning around 1 hectare.

As announced earlier, Nepi will build a shopping mall worth worth around EUR 60 million at the corner of Oslobodjenja Blvd and Cara Lazara Blvd in Novi Sad. The facility will have numerous shops, a movie theatre, a bowling alley and other sports and recreation features.

The South African company Nepi owns 40 shopping malls all over Africa and in Europe. In Serbia, they became known following the purchase of the Plaza shopping mall in Kragujevac.

(eKapija, 31.10.2016)

http://www.ekapija.com/website/en/page/1585583/Nepi-investing-in-Krusevac-Construction-of-shopping-mall-worth-around-EUR-15-million-to-begin-in-2017

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