Wed, May 22 2013
Carrefour in Bourgas
Photo: Tsvetelina Angelova
Carrefour's largest operation in Bulgaria and an integral part of The Mall, the country's largest retail centre, opens on April 21
The European Trade Centre has five class A office buildings with a total area of 70 000 sq m. Colliers International is the consultant on the 70 million euro project
French retail chain Carrefour has confirmed that it will open a store in Mall Pleven
Carrefour, Marks&Spencer, Kenvelo, Benetton, Adidas, Mango, Terra Nova, Intersport, Sport Depo, Mothercare, New Yorker and Starbucks, among many others, expect their customers at Bourgas Plaza.
After Bourgas, Carrefour eyes Sofia next, but not before February 2010
Worst is over for Bulgaria's property market after three years of decline, reports by Yavlena and Bulgarian Properties real estate firms claim.
Draft law envisages professional association for real estate agents and a public register of real estate companies to bring order to the business and get rid of rogues and rip-off artists.
Landmark Centre Varna’s financial reports show its largest debt is an investment loan of 6.9 million euro issued by Eurobank EFG Bulgaria in mid-2008 and secured with a mortgage.
Average market prices of homes in Sofia fell by one per cent in the fourth quarter of 2011 compared to the same period of 2010, according to the Raiffeisen Real Estate Index, as quoted by Klasa daily.
Proportionately, the number of transactions in leva increased as people reacted to speculation that the euro would disappear.