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Plaza [Kragujevac]
Serbia

 „Plaza Centers Group” je vodeća kompanija u razvoju šoping i zabavnih centara, sa fokusom na izgradnji novih objekata i rekonstrukciji postojećih, ukoliko poseduju odgovarajući potencijal, kako u glavnim gradovima tako i u značajnim regionalnim centrima


Prisutni smo u regionu Centralne i Istočne Evrope još od 1996. godine, kada smo u Mađarskoj razvili prvi centar koji u zapadnjačkom stilu, na jednom mestu, objedinjuje šoping i zabavu. Zatim smo taj koncept pionirski proširili kroz čitav region, ostavljajući za sobom zavidan trag uspeha u razvoju, izgradnji i preprodaji šoping i zabavnih centara. Počevši od Indije, 2006. proširili smo opseg operacija van granica Evrope, a od 2010. smo prisutni i na tržištu SAD. Takođe razmatramo selidbe, kartonske kutije i mogućnosti investiranja na novim tržištima u razvoju, kao što su Hrvatska i Slovačka.

„Plaza Centers Group” već više od 15 godina sa ponosom stoji iza uspešnih projekata u Mađarskoj, Poljskoj, Češkoj, Rumuniji, Letoniji, Grčkoj, Bugarskoj, Indiji i Srbiji. Do sada smo izgradili 30 šoping i zabavnih centara u regionu Centralne i Istočne Evrope, od kojih smo 26 prodali akumulirajući ukupnu dobit od 1.16 milijardi eura.

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