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Serbia: Delta builds biggest mall

Belgrade-based Delta Holding has started the building of an 87,000-square metre shopping mall at a cost of EUR 82 million. It is the first shopping mall of this size in Serbia and Montenegro, reports Serbia and Montenegro Today.

The general director of the Delta M Group, Ivana Veselinovic, told reporters that the works were expected to take a year and a half. She said the facility was designed by the Israeli firm Moore Architects, using world shopping malls as a model.

Besides the 5,000-square metre Maxi supermarket, the mall will house 160 shopping units. Veselinovic added that the mall would have 1,700 parking spaces, a cinema with eight screening halls, several restaurants, cafes, fitness and spa centres, and retail outlets of around 20 renowned world companies, which have not yet done business in Serbia.

Over the next three years, Delta Holding will build four more facilities like this one – two more in Belgrade and one each in Novi Sad and Podgorica.

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