French real estate developer Ceetrus aims to build a mixed-use project in southwestern Romania.

One of France’s major real estate developers, Ceetrus, aims to build a mixed-use project on a 27-hectare plot in Resita, Romania. It is said that the investment will cost over 50m euros.


The project is planned to be built on the territory of an old industrial platform. The project was announced to start 2 years later.

“We have announced an office segment in the future project, but we have not yet identified potential tenants. Retail will certainly be part of the project because there is no shopping center in Resita and the inhabitants must go to Timisoara for shopping. We will also develop a recreation area, hotel services, and restaurants, because there are several festivals organized in the city, which it is a tourist area that attracts people from Timisoara or Serbia,” Ruxandra Besa, development manager Ceetrus Romania, said.

Housing units will be an alternative to small-scale houses built in the city. They will also be located at the top of the market with large apartments.

Source: romania-insider.com

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